- Android: what happens if you decide not to update the operating system of your cell phone
- The trick to know the messages that came to you without looking at your Android phone
smartphones with operating system Android They have two types of sections where you can save your multimedia files: internal and external storage, the latter requires a memory called microSD, which you must purchase in a store because it is not included in the box of your cell phone. In this opportunity, from Mag we will teach you to identify if the microSD that they want to sell you is 100% true or false. Take note.
Cheap is expensive. The falsification of components for cell phones is very common in different parts of the world, for example: there are fake batteries, chargers and LCD screens, even memories micro SD of several GB at a very low price, however, be careful that its capacity could not be what is advertised if it is not a totally original product. It is recommended to purchase the aforementioned cards in the same official stores.
THE GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING A FAKE MICROSD
- There are memories of 256 GB, 512 GB or up to 1 TB, these are the most expensive on the market, and of course they are the most counterfeit. First, look at its price, if it is very low, they may want to scam you.
- Look carefully at the MicroSD logo, if there is something strange or it is not the same as the brand you are looking for, then they have used a counterfeit label.
- Check the EAN code that the cards carry on the back. This code has 13 digits, enter it in Google and the browser will show you which model it belongs to. If the search results confirm that it belongs to a different product or brand than the one you purchased, then the microSD is fake.
- Insert the microSD into your cell phone and from the device confirm what storage capacity it has. Enter the “Settings” of Android > in the search bar type “Storage” > and in the “External storage” section you will know its real capacity.
WHAT TO DO WHEN THE JACK PLUG PORT OF YOUR ANDROID CELL PHONE DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THE HEADPHONES
- dirt in the harbor: the cell phone is a communication tool that is carried everywhere, to work, school, the beach, etc., so it is imminent that at some point it will fill with dust or dirt and obstruct the correct connectivity of the headphones. It is recommended to use a plastic or wooden toothpick to remove the residue from the Plug port, do not use swabs, as you could introduce more lint and harm the situation.
- Bluetooth connection: some mobiles can automatically connect via Bluetooth to a nearby device, this without the need to have done it manually, therefore, check that the function is deactivated when connecting your headphones.
- software failure: If you cannot hear the sound on YouTube, Spotify, TikTok, etc., it is probably a software failure, do not be alarmed, you could solve it in two ways: first, restart or turn off the phone; the second, if the aforementioned does not work, restore your cell phone to its factory settings. Remember to make a backup before.
- Cell phone technician: If none of the solutions have been successful, we recommend you take it to a mobile specialist, he will detect the problem and it is most likely that the port of your phone is damaged.
Follow us on our social networks: