• Is the S9 better than the Iphone x?

    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Please help, my iPhone 6s is glitching like crazy !?

    Since last night, my iPhone continues to constantly glitch with a purple and pink screen, and the outline of the screen is a bluish pink. Glitching lines keep showing up Since last night, my iPhone continues to constantly glitch with a purple and pink screen, and the outline of the screen is a bluish pink.... show more
    Since last night, my iPhone continues to constantly glitch with a purple and pink screen, and the outline of the screen is a bluish pink. Glitching lines keep showing up Since last night, my iPhone continues to constantly glitch with a purple and pink screen, and the outline of the screen is a bluish pink. Glitching lines keep showing up on my screen and the entire screen keeps flickering. My phone can’t stay on unless it’s plugged in, and if it’s unplugged (even though it’s nowhere near having low enough power to die) it goes to this black and blood red screen with the Apple logo. And when I am on one thing And move onto the next, there is still an outline of what I was on, a faded version of it and the keyboard is lagging.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it possible to make a short range GSM Cellular Network for cheap?

    Best answer: You did not tell us where your "small mining town" is. If you are in the US the frequencies licensed for GSM are regulated by the FCC. The frequencies are also owned by various cellular service providers... even though there is no coverage in your area. A less expensive, less regulator-intensive and... show more
    Best answer: You did not tell us where your "small mining town" is.

    If you are in the US the frequencies licensed for GSM are regulated by the FCC. The frequencies are also owned by various cellular service providers... even though there is no coverage in your area.

    A less expensive, less regulator-intensive and potentially easier system:

    What sort of wifi coverage does anyone have in their homes (I am trying to understand if there is any brodband). My assumption is traditional ISPs are also unwilling to provide coverage... but if anyone has current satellite internet services, then at least you can test... Get a couple of smartphones on that wifi network. Use something like skype to make and take voice call calls (not video calls). If it works, then some sort of expansion of that might be appropriate. If it does not work, then no harm done.

    Petition the FCC to see if you can get on some sort of "Cellular in Rural America" list. Hint: Most companies (including the "mining company" in the town you live in) are in business to make money. The infrastructure needed to build and maintain a GSM system is more expenses than any of the income that it might generate.

    BTW, GSM (3G) was replaced by 4G a few years ago... and 5G is coming up now. You may be able to get hardware for free, but maintenance and spare parts will be a huge challenge - assuming the FCC grants your "CSP license" (unlikely).

    How are you expecting to connect the main hub of this cell service to the outside world, or is your plan merely to stay within your mining town (in which case walkie-talkies are sufficient)?
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Did I use up my data ?

    Did I use up my data ?

    Best answer: You probably did use it but you can check "Data used" on your phone.
    Best answer: You probably did use it but you can check "Data used" on your phone.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is a good blocked call App?

    Well all get annoying telemarketing calls even though we are registered on that anti ad list, which is totally useless BTW. Secondly, often I'm using my Bluetooth and can't look at my phone to see whose calling me and have to lose time for them to lie to me when I ask if they are telemarketers or not,... show more
    Well all get annoying telemarketing calls even though we are registered on that anti ad list, which is totally useless BTW. Secondly, often I'm using my Bluetooth and can't look at my phone to see whose calling me and have to lose time for them to lie to me when I ask if they are telemarketers or not, which they are suppose admit but never do. So when I realize they are telemarketers, I would like to copy the number they used into a database that retains those numbers and blocks them from calling me in the future. Does any know of such an App? Please Help
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is the S9 better than the Iphone x?

    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • I have a t mobile question?

    I have a family plan with them. Is there any way I can find out what websites my family members viewed or would I have to call T-Mobile and find out from a T-Mobile representative
    I have a family plan with them. Is there any way I can find out what websites my family members viewed or would I have to call T-Mobile and find out from a T-Mobile representative
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are the Apple iPhone X cases worth it?

    I just got the new iphone x and i need a case. I was thinking about getting the Apple silicone case in the colors red OR white. But I read a review on one of the cases saying she had the silicone case on her phone for a while, but when she took it off, the entire back screen was cracked. Although many people love... show more
    I just got the new iphone x and i need a case. I was thinking about getting the Apple silicone case in the colors red OR white. But I read a review on one of the cases saying she had the silicone case on her phone for a while, but when she took it off, the entire back screen was cracked. Although many people love the case and don t have any problems with it. The case is pretty expensive ($39.99) so I don t want to waste my money on something useless. So if any of you have an Apple silicone case, please share your reviews on it. Thanks!
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Buying online from the USA to Canada?

    Best answer: The seller will charge you in U.S. dollars. The exchange rate and any associated fees will be charged by the card issuer per your agreement. The seller has no control over the matter nor has access to your cardholder agreement. The card issuer can answer your questions. Keep in mind you will also have to pay... show more
    Best answer: The seller will charge you in U.S. dollars. The exchange rate and any associated fees will be charged by the card issuer per your agreement. The seller has no control over the matter nor has access to your cardholder agreement. The card issuer can answer your questions.

    Keep in mind you will also have to pay customs charges, duties and GST/PST/HST. The CBSA can help you with these amounts. This will have to be paid prior or at the time of delivery. The seller does not handle these charges.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • I got a new iPhone?

    I got a new iPhone yesterday and I transferd all my stuff to my new phone but I don’t have all my photos or any of my music and stuff I’m kinda upset that none of my music transferred or photos it transferd old photos that I deleted a long time ago and. apps aswell?
    I got a new iPhone yesterday and I transferd all my stuff to my new phone but I don’t have all my photos or any of my music and stuff I’m kinda upset that none of my music transferred or photos it transferd old photos that I deleted a long time ago and. apps aswell?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • What phone is the biggest to fit into my front pant pocket?

    Best answer: That depends on the size of that pocket. There is no such thing as a standard size for pockets on pants. But if you get a phone which just fits that pocket, that limits your choice of brands of pants in the future - you will always have to check the size of the pockets!
    Best answer: That depends on the size of that pocket. There is no such thing as a standard size for pockets on pants. But if you get a phone which just fits that pocket, that limits your choice of brands of pants in the future - you will always have to check the size of the pockets!
    11 answers · 1 week ago