New models of cell phones usually appear every month, but consumers don’t always have the ability to change their devices regularly.
Actually, there are a number of tips for cellphone users so that their old device can feel like new again, instead of buying the latest one.
So, how do you make your old phone look like a new one? Let’s check the items below!
1. Delete Unused Apps
Take the time to check the main page (home screen) to check any applications that have never been used. Deleting applications in addition to helping reduce phone memory can also keep your device and personal data safe. The user may allow the application to access some information when first installed.
2. Delete Old Files
Move old files to external storage, then delete them. Also, delete files that are no longer in use. Unused files can be in the form of GIF images sent via instant messaging applications, food menus at restaurants, to videos downloaded from social media.
Also, check the downloaded files to see if there are any files that you no longer need. Some phones have a special place for large files. Delete large files when they are no longer in use, to save storage space.
3. Reset Home Screen
To make it look new and fresh, users can change the appearance of the main screen (home screen) using the settings that are already available on the cellphone.
For example, change the layout, download a new theme and replace the image on the background. Users can experiment with the screen display through the menu in the settings (settings).
4. Device Optimization
In addition to changing the screen image, users can also optimize phone settings that are useful for phone performance. For example, turning on battery saver mode so that the phone can be used longer. Turning on dark mode (dark mode) can also help save battery power.
5. Privacy Settings
After changing the look of your phone, take the time to study your security and privacy settings to keep your phone safe. Check what permissions are given to each application, change it if you feel it is not necessary.