Wednesday, February 22, 2017

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Guidelines For Inkjet Cartridge Refill

How to refill inkjet cartridge

There are number of instructions to be followed at the time of refilling an inkjet cartridge. So whenever your printer ink runs dry you need to follow the below steps for inkjet cartridge refill.
  1. It’s very important that you handle the cartridge carefully. Avoid touching any metallic parts. 
  2. Always clean needles and syringe to avoid any color mixing.
  3. It would always be advisable to store the cartridge in an airtight bag with a moist paper towel when not in use.
  4. Refill the cartridge only when the warning light glows.
  5. If you are re-filling black cartridge, then enlarge the fill hole on top of the cap with the drill provided.
  6. If you are re-filing color cartridge, then you have to remove the cap first. Either hold the cap in a safe manner or carefully remove the cap with the help of a knife.
  7. Put together needle and syringe and fill in the color that you want your cartridge to refill with.
  8. Insert the needle into the correct fill hole straight down till the foam. If you are filling with the color ink then make sure you are inserting in the correct ink slot.
  9. When you start injecting the ink into the slot, make sure that you are doing it slowly and you may have to clean the print head with a tissue.
  10. When the color cartridge is completely full, ink could be seen at the fill hole, slightly remove the syringe till the ink on the fill hole vanishes.
  11. The capacity of the black cartridge is about 20ml, so make sure that you don’t over-fill it.
  12. So you have now successfully filled the cartridge.
  13. After the process of refilling is complete, re-cap the cartridge. To ensure safety, stick a tape on the top of the lid. 
  14. Clean the print head with a tissue or a sponge till the time it stops dripping.
  15. Its time to install the cartridge back into the printer and run a cleaning cycle.
  16. You should always clean the syringe and the needle that you have used with water so that it can be used again.
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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MWC 2017: From LG G6 to Nokia 3310, Launches to Expect

MWC 2017: From LG G6 to Nokia 3310, Launches to Expect

It’s that time of the year when mobile companies from around the world gather in Barcelona to show their latest advancements. Though MWC officially starts from Monday, February 27, most of the announcements are expected to happen over the weekend starting with BlackBerry, with its hardware partner TCL Alcatel’s event scheduled for Saturday late evening. Let’s take a look at all the launches and announcements expected to take place at MWC 2017.

BlackBerry: MWC 2017 unofficially kicks off with TCL Alcatel’s press conference scheduled to take place on Saturday, Feb 25 at 6:00 PM GMT. The company is going to showcase the Mercury, which it had teased a little during last month’s CES. Even though BlackBerry OS is dead, TCL Alcatel will try to appeal to hardcore BlackBerry fanatics with a physical QWERTY keyboard, which will have most of the keyboard functions that we first saw in the BlackBerry Passport. One key difference could be that the space bar could also double up for the fingerprint sensor. The phone will run on Android with BlackBerry’s “OS” on top. Apart from the BlackBerry Mercury, we could also hope to see other smartphones and accessories that TCL Alcatel usually unveils during MWC.

TCL Alcatel is the only major brand that’s hosting a launch event on Saturday, with most companies preferring Sunday, which will kickstart with LG’s press conference.

LG: There’s hardly any surprise about what LG will showcase on Sunday (11:00 AM GMT) at its MWC press conference. Apart from the leaks, the company itself has revealed a lot about the LG G6, which sports a unique 5.7-inch 18:9 QHD+ display, which is expected to be as close to a truly bezel-less display as possible. The G6 will come with a unique user interface that will take advantage of the 18:9 display with square windows.

The smartphone will come with a dual 13-megapixel rear cameras with 125-degree field of view, which it says resembles how the human eye sees things. Unlike the G5, this time both the cameras will work in tandem.

The smartphone is also expected to feature Snapdragon 821 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 64GB/128GB storage options, a 12-megapixel selfie camera, 3,200mAh removable battery, 32-bit Quad DAC for superior audio performance, and IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.

Apart from the G6, LG usually also unveils a range of mid-end and entry-level smartphones as well as a bunch of accessories every year and we have no reason to think it would be any different this year. Today, the company unveiled a mid-range X400 smartphone in Korea, which could possibly be unveiled at MWC.

Huawei: Soon after LG’s press conference, Huawei will be hosting its MWC event (1:00 PM GMT). The Chinese company has confirmed that it will be launching the P10, which as the name suggests, will be the successor to the P9. If the leaks are anything to go by, the Huawei P10 is set to look fairly similar to the P9 with slight tweaks.

As for the specifications, the Huawei P10 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch flat screen display, Kirin 960 chipset, 4GB/6GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB/128GB internal storage options. Like its predecessor, the P10 too will be coming with a dual-camera setup co-developed with Leica. Rumors hint that pricing for the p10 will start from RMB 3,488 ($510 approximately) for the 32GB variant, and going up to RMB 4,688 ($690 approximately) for the 128GB variant.

The highlight of the day, however, will no doubt be HMD Global’s event, which kicks off at 3:30 PM GMT. The company will be launching a host of Nokia-branded smartphones, and if the Nokia 6 was anything to go by, there’s still some huge anticipation around the iconic Finnish brand.

Nokia: With the Nokia 6 already available in China, leaks suggest, we could see some more smartphones like the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 8. As the names suggest, these smartphones will be placed across price segments starting from affordable and going up to the premium range. Rumors also hint at one more Nokia-branded tablets running on the Android OS.

But what has really created a buzz is a recent report claiming that HMD Global could launch a modern rendition of the iconic Nokia 3310. Back in the heydays, the Nokia 3310 was a household name thanks to its incredible battery life and near-invincibility. It will be interesting if this new version will be able to strike the right chords, and reports claim it could cost as low as $60.

Lenovo/Motorola: Kicking off almost simultaneously with Nokia’s event will be Lenovo’s press conference with all rumors so far pointing towards two new Motorola smartphones — Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Leaked renders and alleged hands-on photos have hinted towards a metal body and an upgraded design over last year’s Moto G4.

The Moto G5’s expected specs include 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 430 SoC, 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera, and a 2,800mAh battery. The Moto G5 Plus, on the other hand, is expected to come with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4GB RAM, 16-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash, and 5-megapixel selfie camera. Rumors also claim that the Moto G5 could be priced around $200, while the Moto G5 Plus could be priced around $250.

The pre-MWC events are set to conclude with Samsung’s event set to kick off at 7:00PM GMT. But if you are waiting for the flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone, you will be disappointed. Samsung has pretty much made it clear that it will be unveiling a new tablet.

Samsung: Based on the rumors we have come across so far, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to feature a 9.6-inch AMOLED display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB/128GB internal storage options. Reports further claim that the tablet will feature a 12-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel selfie camera, 5,870mAh battery, USB Type-C port, and fingerprint sensor. The tablet is also expected to come with an optional S Pen stylus.

Besides the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet, Samsung could also unveil a new version of the Gear VR headset, along with a game controller, as well as the fourth-generation Galaxy Xcover smartphone.

February 27 will kick off early with Sony hosting its event early in the morning at 7:30 AM GMT. Gionee is also set to host its event a bit later in the day, which kicks off at 10:00 AM GMT. The likes of ZTE or OPPO aren’t really hosting a launch event, but will showcase their latest products at their respective booths.

Sony: Though details are a bit scarce, Sony is expected to unveil the XA (2017) smartphone at MWC 2017. Other rumors claim that Sony could unveil as many as five smartphones across different segments. Based on what we have come across so far, the Xperia XA (2017) is expected to come with a 5-inch display, 23-megapixel camera, 3.5mm audio jack, and a USB Type-C port.

Gionee: Gionee is widely expected to unveil a new A-series. Part of the series will be the A1 that is expected to feature 5.5-inch 1080p display, octa-core SoC, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB onboard storage. The smartphone is also expected to feature a 13-megapixel rear camera, 16-megapixel selfie camera, and a 4,010mAh battery. There is also expected to be another variant called A1 Plus, and prices for the new smartphones are expected to start from around $340.

ZTE: 5G connectivity may still be a distant dream, but ZTE believes it is still the right time to unveil a smartphone supporting the advanced network. The company is expected to launch a smartphone, called Gigabit, which will offer top-of-the-line specifications and features. Rumors also suggest that ZTE could launch its first-ever Android Wear smartwatch, dubbed Quartz.

OPPO: OPPO is riding high on a successful 2016 where it largely ruled the smartphone market in China. At MWC though the company isn’t lining up to make any big smartphone launch announcements. Instead, the company has teased that it will be showcasing its ‘5x’ smartphone photography technology. Though details are scarce, the company promises that this new technology will give users “unprecedented ability to capture highly detailed images.”

HTC: HTC too is believed to be participating at MWC, but it won’t be launching any flagship smartphones. Leaks suggest it could unveil a mid-range smartphone dubbed HTC One X10. Successor to the One X9, this smartphone is expected to come with features like 5.5-inch 1080p display, MediaTek MT6755 octa-core chipset, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. The smartphone could also come with a 16-megapixel rear camera, 8-megapixel selfie camera, and is likely to be priced somewhere around $288.

Read full story on BGR India.
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Monday, February 20, 2017

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6 Ways Technology Has Actually Made You Lazy

6 Ways Technology Has Actually Made You Lazy

You love technology because it has significantly simplified our lives. In fact, you eat, dream and sleep technology today unlike in the past when you have to make painstaking effort to get things done. Also, you can just sit on your sofa and you are interacting with the world. This is good. But, at the same time, it has made you lazy. In this post are six ways technology has made many of us lazy.

1. Shopping online

There are a lot of online shops where you can buy whatever you want and the good will be delivered at your doorstep. So, you don’t see the reason why you should go to the market or offline store for shopping. However, what you don’t know is that you can bargain offline which you cannot do offline.

2. No more in-depth research

Google is now a verb for searching anything online. It takes you seconds for you to get results of your search. But, before, you have to do in-depth research where you have to distribute questionnaires and go to the library and even buy books to make your findings expansive. But with search engines, you don’t need to do this.

3. You don’t need to run your errands

There are now chatbots like Kudi that can help you run your errands. The managers of these chatbots will be the ones to help you buy recharge cards, go to the market, pay utility bills and make deliveries on your behalf.

4. You don’t spend time with friends

Social media and instant messaging sites have ensured that you no longer visit our friends and family. You can just chat them up on WhatsApp or BBM or rather you put a call through to them. The societal bridges for physical interaction have collapsed.

5. Libraries have been abandoned

Public libraries have been abandoned because nobody uses them. This is because the internet is a cesspool of information. Even now very few people buy hard-cover books due to the fact that you can get e-books online.

6. News at a click

You don’t need to rely on traditional media like newspapers, radio, and television for news. The news is now all over the place on social media that even you don’t know what to believe due to the prevalence of fake news. So, you don’t need to make any effort to get news.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

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5 Ways Your Tech Gadgets May be Affecting Your Health

How Tech Gadgets Affects Your Health

Tech gadgets have no doubt made our daily activities easier. It seems technology has an answer for everything. However, what you should know is that for everything that has advantages, also has its disadvantages. In this case, the disadvantage or side effect of technology is its negative impact it is having on your health. Unfortunately, many tech geeks are unaware of this because the effect may take a while to manifest. As a result, it is important for anyone attached to any tech gadgets to be aware of its negative effects before it is too late. In this post, we share five ways your tech gadgets may be affecting your health.

1. Hearing loss

Some persons have their ears plugged for nearly half of the day. They are either listening to music or radio. Unknown to them, this regular music banging in your ears is affecting your eardrums. You should give your ears a break in order to prevent hearing loss or damage.

2. Insomnia

Insomnia is the inability to sleep. Many of us don't get enough sleep because when you are supposed to be dozing off, you are fiddling with your gadget especially your smartphone. Then you complain that you are not getting enough and you are unable to function the following day. Some of the negative effects of sleep deprivation include heart attack, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure and stroke. Try to get rid of your gadgets if you want to get a good sleep.

3. Nomophobia

A smartphone is one of the most popular gadgets many of us cannot do without. In other words, you are anxious and cannot concentrate because you are not with your smartphone. This means you have nomophobia (no-mobile-phone-phobia). The dependence on your mobile can affect your health because you can be depressed if you are without your phone.You can try to leave your phone at home once in while.

4. Obesity

You spend hours sitting at a particular spot working on your computer or your phone. Unknown to you, the more you sit down for hours at that same spot daily, the more you are susceptible or vulnerable to obesity. If you want to avoid obesity, stop spending too much time sitting surfing your phone.

5. Neck and back pain

Neck and back pain can be unbearable and most people suffer from this because of the time we spend on our gadgets. This is a health problem that you may overlook but if you are not careful, the neck and back pain may worsen and you may be required to go to the doctor.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

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Signal Encryption Private Messenger App Adds Feature For Secure Video Calls

Encrypted App Signal Adds Feature for Secure Video Calls

Signal is considered to be one of the safest encrypted chat apps, used often by activists, journalists, politicians and the latest update brings some additional features. Open Whisper Systems, the non-profit behind Signal, announced a new video calling feature.

Signal for Android and iOS received beta support for video calls. Open Whisper Systems stated that it implemented a new calling infrastructure for Signal and increased video call quality. The update will be rolling out in stages in order to collect feedback from people using various devices, networks and regions.

In order to test out the new feature on Android and iOS devices, users simply need to launch the Signal app, access Settings, tap on the Advanced section and toggle Video calling beta. Both users must enable the new calling system on their devices in order to use the new Signal feature.

Call duration and destination can sync with iCloud

Calling was previously available in Signal, but the feature wasn’t ideal. Calls would often drop and didn’t always seem to integrate with other features on phones. Users will be able to take advantage of CallKit in iOS 10 and answer calls directly from their lock screens.

However, Signal users will have to take a step back when it comes to privacy, since call duration and destination will sync with iCloud. But Signal offers users the option to turn of the feature and prioritize security over convenience.

Previously, Signal app displayed two unique words on the callers’ screens, generated from their encryption keys. They read the word out loud and if they matched, it meant that no one was eavesdropping on their call.

The new update uses the same authentication systems as for its text messaging feature, but it drops the word pairs feature Users are now simply warned if their contact’s encryption key was suspiciously changed.

Source: Softpedia
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BlackBerry Sues Nokia For Patent Infringement

BlackBerry Sues Nokia For Patent Infringement

Two of the world’s most iconic brands in the telecommunications industry – BlackBerry and Nokia – are now going head to head in a legal dispute regarding patent infringement. According to reports, BlackBerry is suing Nokia for using a number of their patented technologies, including 3GPP, without having permission and paying royalties. BlackBerry seeks to gain monetary compensation from Nokia for unauthorized use of patented technologies, but the company also added that they wish to resolve the suit on “fair and reasonable terms.”

The recent lawsuit against Nokia claims that the Finnish company has been making unauthorized use of the 3GPP mobile telecommunication standards. In a recent complaint filed in Wilmington, Delaware, BlackBerry mentions that Nokia’s products – specifically those using radio network controllers, Flexi Multiradio base stations, and Liquid Radio software – utilize technologies covered by around 11 patents, adding that “Nokia has persisted in encouraging the use” of BlackBerry technologies without a license. It’s also interesting to note that, according to BlackBerry, some of the patents covered in the lawsuit used to be owned by Nortel Networks Corp. However, in 2011 BlackBerry along with the Rockstar Consortium acquired Nortel’s patents for $4.5 billion, and the licenses were later shared among members of the Rockstar Consortium, including Microsoft and Apple.

It might be a delicate time for Nokia to be getting into legal disputes considering the fact that the Finnish company is preparing to make a noteworthy comeback at this year’s Mobile World Congress and unveil its new Android-powered smartphones. Fortunately, however, BlackBerry doesn’t seem to want and stop Nokia from utilizing its patented technologies or block the launch of devices that make use of 3GPP standards. Instead, it seeks to offer these licensed technologies on fair terms. Nokia is expected to attend MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, where the Finnish company is expected to join the fully-fledged Android market for the first time after leaving the Windows Phone platform behind.

Source: AH
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Nokia 3310 is Coming Back! To be Announced at MWC

Nokia 3310 is Coming Back! To be Announced at MWC

A new version of the Nokia 3310, one of a line of seemingly indestructible cell phones from the Finnish manufacturer, will be announced at an industry conference later this month.

Released in 2000, the 3310 will be a modernized take on the popular mobile device that was emblematic of the industry's pre-smartphone era. No touchscreens or high-definition displays -- just physical buttons and a two-tone screen that's perfect for making calls and playing basic games.

Finland's HMD Global Oy, which has right to market phones under the Nokia name, will announce the device, along with three lower-end Nokia-branded smartphones, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The report says the phone will cost €59, which comes to $62.31, though the phone will first be marketed in Europe.

Nostalgia should draw some users to adopt the device as a second phone.

Did you use the Nokia 3310? If yes, what's your favourite memory of the phone/what do you like most about it?
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

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5 Questions to Ask Before Attending a Computer Tech School

5 Questions to Ask Before Attending a Computer Tech School

As with any field, there are good technical training schools, and bad ones. When you sign up with one of these schools, you’ve made a significant investment in time and money. You deserve to know everything about the school and your job prospects after leaving that school before you put down your hard-earned money. The problem is, sometimes it’s hard to know the right questions to ask.

The point of this article is not to bash technical training schools. That’s how I got my start in IT.

Before I ever put down the first dime, though, I asked some tough questions. So should you.

1. What are my true job prospects and legitimate salary levels after I graduate from your school?

We’ve all heard the ads on the radio… “Did you know the average salary of an MCSE is $80,000?” “Are you worth $65,000 a year? If not, call us!”

I’m an optimist, and I often tell people that no field rewards individual achievement and drive like IT does. Having said that, none of us start at the top, and darn few of us start at that kind of salary.

I’m sure that there are some people who broke in at $80,000, but I haven’t met very many of them. Be very wary of technical schools that use the famous/infamous MCSE Salary Survey as a marketing tool. They tend to represent those salaries as starting salaries.

Ask your technical school what the average starting salary of their graduates is. And keep in mind that salary is not the most important factor to consider when looking for your first job in IT it’s the experience you’ll be able to put on your resume later on that you should weigh heavily at this point.

In short, be very careful about schools that brag about starting salaries. It’s not where you start, it’s where you end up.

2. How up-to-date are the courses you’re offering?


Make sure the school you’re going to attend has made efforts to keep their courses relevant. Ask what changes have been made to their curriculum in the last three years. No field changes faster than IT. If the answer to that question is “none”, look somewhere else.

3. I want to work in IT security. Have you placed anyone in this field lately? If so, can I talk to them?

Technical schools are jumping on the security bandwagon, with a couple of schools running ads about training you to work in Homeland Security. If that’s your goal, that’s great, but keep in mind that you have to get a security clearance for any job like that.

And how do you get a security clearance? You have to be sponsored.

And who will sponsor you? Your employer.

Can you get employed in a Homeland Security job without having the clearance in the first place?

Hmmm. Probably not.

Again, I’m certainly not saying you can’t eventually get an IT security job if that’s where you want to go, you can eventually get there. The key word there is “eventually”. Ask the school you’re thinking of attending whether they’ve actually been able to place graduates in such jobs. Ask to talk to them. If the school’s managed to do so, they’ll be glad to put you in touch with such graduates.

4. What textbooks does your school use?

Some technical school chains use only books that someone in their organization wrote. I’ve heard some of their own teachers complain about the quality of these books. The technical school I attended used off-the-shelf books, and the quality was very good.

If you’re looking into entering the IT field, you probably know someone who’s already in it. Use that resource for everything it’s worth. Ask that person what they think about the books, or for that matter, what the local reputation of the school is. IT is a small world, if the school has a good or bad reputation, most of the IT personnel in your city or town probably know about it.

5. The fifth question is a question to ask of HR representatives. Every technical school lists companies where they’ve placed their graduates on their promotional material. Pick up the phone, call these companies, and ask to speak to someone in HR. Ask that person about the reputation of the school. Five to eight phone calls will give you a good picture of where the school stands with local employers.

Making the decision to attend a technical school can be the best decision you’ve ever made - it certainly was for me. Make sure to ask the right questions before writing a check or taking a loan to attend. The answers to those questions will indicate to you whether this school is truly the school that can help you achieve your dreams.
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Saturday, February 11, 2017

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5 Jobs That Will be Likely Made Redundant by Artificial Intelligence

5 Jobs That Will be Likely Made Redundant by Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is simply intelligence exhibited by computers. With the momentum that AI is gathering, some jobs will become redundant or very few hands will be required to do same jobs. In other cases, you may need to improve your skills. Whatever the case, here are five jobs that may be replaced by robots or computers. To this in perspective, AI will take 6% of jobs in 2021.

1. Doctors

AI is currently being used to identify some medical problems and recommend drugs for treatment. IT also helps you to keep track of your health for easy diagnosis in future. The advantage of AI is that there will be nothing like medical mistakes unlike when humans handle it.

2. Taxi drivers

Google, Uber and other tech companies are desperately working to ensure that cars will be able to drive itself. If they eventually achieve this, drivers will not need to drive cars anymore. The right sensors and communication will drive you wherever your location.

3. Journalism

The jobs of reporters, editors and content writers may not be under threat. But the number of hands needed to report or write a story will significantly drop. An AI called wordsmith can read through data or a disjointed story, pick out the interesting part, and write a story. It has been used by Associated Press and Yahoo.

4. Customer service/Receptionist

Sorry, but customer service is one of the services that may not involve humans. Computers will be able to communicate with customers and provide relevant information to these same customers without any hitches. There are quite a lot of AI programs or software dedicated to customer service.

5. Personal Assistant

Entrepreneurs and business executives don’t actually need PAs anymore. AI-based programs can perform the functions of a PA.
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Thursday, February 9, 2017

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5 Ways to Tell if Your Smartphone is Being Tapped

5 Ways to Tell if Your Smartphone is Being Tapped

There are about two billion smartphone users in the world. What many of these smartphone users don't know is whether their phones are being tapped or not. If you don't know, there are a number of reasons your phone can be tracked. One reason is when you are in a relationship where there is a clear absence of trust. Then your partner may result to tapping or bugging your phone. Besides that, a government agency may bug your phone just to listen to your conversation. In this case, it is for security reasons. Whatever the case may be, it is key to know if your smartphone has been bugged. Here are five ways to tell.

Your phone takes time to shut down

If your phone takes forever to shut down, it may be a pointer that your phone has been compromised. You will notice that when your phone eventually goes off, the backlight will still be on. This may likely means that your phone is in control of whoever has bugged it. So, whether you switch off or not, it will be difficult get rid of them.

Increased data usage

It will definitely be difficult for a smartphone without internet connection to be tapped. You may surf your phone every second daily but you already know that you cannot exhaust your data at a go. Thankfully most phones will alert you if you are using too much data. But if the data traffic is unusually high, and your phone keeps alerting you, you should be concerned.

You find apps you didn't download

There are thousands of useful apps that you can download in either the Google Playstore or Apple's store. These are largely safe. In other circumstances, you may find an app you didn't download which finds its way to your phone. It is one of the coy ways to bug your phone.You try as much as possible not to open this app.

Low battery life

A battery is the heart of any of phone. A phone cannot function without a battery. If your battery runs out not long after charging it or it is very hot, it may be a sign that something is amidst. You should take note of this because the process of tapping your phone can easily drain your battery.


You receive unusual text messages

You may receive a random text message from an unfamiliar source and many of us tend to ignore it. These messages which you may ignore, arguably, means that someone is monitoring (or about to start) your messages or phone. You should delete the message immediately you notice it.
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