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                                                                             mobilephone tricks
Your cellphone has Immense potential. mst of these potential is underutilized. Following tricks may help you find new exciting uses for your mobile.

1. Unlocking a car

Have you ever locked your keys in the car?Does your car have a remote keyless entry? The following may come in handy someday – and it’s reason enough to own a cell phone : If you lock your keys in the car and your spare remote is at home or with your spouse, call that person on their cell phone from your cell phone. Hold your cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the person on the other end (the one with the spare remote) press the unlock button, holding it near the mobile phone on their end. Believe it or not, your car will unlock. Saves someone from having to drive your keys to you, and distance is no object . But if you are hundreds of miles away, and if you can reach someone who has the other “remote” for your car, you can unlock the doors (or the trunk).

2) Now imagine your cell phone cell battery is very low. To activate your phone and tap into the phone’s hidden battery power, press the keys * 3 3 7 0 #. Your cell phone miraculously will restart with this reserve power and the cell phone will register a 50% increase in battery charge. This reserve power will get charged when you charge your cell phone next time. Doesn’t work on my phone!

3) Use 112 as an emergency number. But you can also use this number to bypass security code of low end phones like Nokia 1100. Type 112 and make a call ( 112 is the only number which can be dialled from a locked phone). As soon as the call is going, switch off the phone. Now switch on. Security code is bypassed. But this method doesn’t work if the user has put the pincode request also on!

4)Dual Simcard adapter

How about using 2 simcards in one phone? One for home and other for business. I have tried it works good. I use Airtel and Hutch simultaneously. You can get one from your local mobile store . It changes connexion automatically once you switch the phone off and switch it on again.

5) Google Reader on the run

The only thing worse than being away from your e-mail is being away from your news feeds. If you’re a Google Reader user, your feeds can go where you go. Just point your browser to the mobile version of the Google Reader site: http://www.google.com/reader/m. This small-screen version of the site lets you view your feeds, your subscriptions and even your tags. Plus, it’s a Google-run product, meaning you’re not handing your user ID and password to a third-party developer.

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