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Passwords? Keeping my phone private from nosey people
I just recently got a new Razr and I am not sure if it is even possible, but is there any way that you can lock your phone or password protect your text messages? It seems that I have heard of a phone that has that feature. Just wondering if my new phone does too?
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is it an inverter fridge which saves on energy. that makes a high pitch sound. i recently fell into the same trap. if it has a clock set the time so its more inclined to make those noises when you are asleep.
The general notion of "contact phone number" means what it says: it is the number with which you can be contacted. As an aid to recovering lost passwords or regaining control of an account that has been compromised, keeping a contact number on file with the account provider (Facebook) is not a bad idea.
Yet unless this is a professional account, I would be very careful about allowing that number to appear publicly, or even exchanging that number through chat sessions, personal messages (PM), or unencrypted email. Imagine that each of these methods is the electronic equivalent of sending a postcard through the USPS, and I think you'll get an idea of how private they really are.
first try the easy way get a new battery if that does not work , try a new charger if that still does not work, try and reflash the original firmware on the phone....one of those will correct the problem.
try going to back to your bluetooth settings and making sure you phones visibility or "find me" mode is turned off. This is a good idea anyway cause anyone can find your phone. Then consider most people don't change their passwords so hacking into your phone and reading your texts and looking at your pictures and even trade things back and forth from their phone to yours!!!