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6 Ways To Make Your Old Phone Look New

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1. Install a new battery

Over time, phone batteries lose capacity; and thankfully, there’s a way of getting around it. Even if your phone is sealed, it may be possible to install a new battery by contacting the manufacturer or a trusted dealer.

2. Buy a new case

Wrap your lovely phone inside a case to prevent it from gravity related mishaps, such as a busted screen. A case also provides more than just protection: It can change the whole look of your phone. If you’ve been walking around with, say, basic black, how about swapping it for fire-engine red? Or a case with your favourite team’s logo? You can also use different cases for different occasions. There’s really no better way to give your phone an external makeover.

3. Try a new launcher

Now let’s focus on the inside of your phone, specifically the screen that greets you when you turn it on. There are makeover options here as well. Android users can choose from a huge assortment of themes and launchers that can dramatically transform a phone’s user interface. iPhone users can’t really transform iOS. But you can choose a different wallpaper, and perhaps spend some time organising your icons into folders — anything that makes the interface feel new for a while.

4. Add some accessories

One way to create a feeling of newness is to change the way you handle your phone. For example, you can mount a professional mobile camera on your phone to take quite interesting shots. You can also install a car mount that puts it up near eye level, on or near the top of your dashboard.

5. Add more storage

If you’ve been thinking about a new phone because the old one is running out of storage, consider an external storage.

6. Try features you’ve ignored

Finally, plumb the depths of what your phone has to offer.

Many of us barely scratch the surface of its capabilities, to the point where trying out existing features might make you feel like you’re using a whole new model. For example, did you know that many phones can track your steps and sleep?

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