There are a lot of students who want to learn cell phone repair and become a certified professional technician. However, they don’t know how and where to learn this skill. It is very important to seek the right institution, the right methods, and the right path to learn these skills and techniques in a proper way and to become a successful technician who can easily diagnose and repair various faults of cell phones and tablets.
Cell phone repair is very easy for those who have a passion for gadgets and an interest in learning about them. You just need to learn how to disassemble handsets, replace parts, and how to solder components. Various other hardware and software repair techniques are all part of the learning experience. So, to learn cell phone repair in a proper way, you need to learn all these repair skills and techniques. But most importantly you must learn the troubleshooting steps. Once you acquire these skills, it will be very easy for you to repair just about any fault in any smartphone.
Technology has been developing at a rapid rate recently. Nowadays we have social media, organizer, entertainment, academic, creative apps and much more all at the palm of our hands. No wonder we always want to roam around with these smart devices wherever we go. However, there is one problem that the rapid growth of technology hasn’t been able to solve – battery life. Interestingly, more features a phone has, more someone wants to use it, and faster its battery drains. This is where the power banks come in.
Battery life is one such thing which hasn’t brought a lot of satisfaction among mobile phone users till this day. As for the phone manufacturers, they have been trying their best to put in batteries of the highest capacity to suit the build and use of the phone.
Between battery capacity being increased by the manufacturers and the unquenched demand for a better battery life of a phone by the users, our phone usage has changed in an unprecedented way. And this changed behavior is causing us to yearn for more battery power from our mobile phones. Continue reading
Android vs iOS has been the biggest rivalry in tech industry for the best part of the last decade. Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS are the only two operating systems used in smartphones and tablets today. Windows is finished, period.
Android which is more PC-like than iOS in that its interface and basic features are generally more customizable from top to buttom. While iOS is more secure but less customizable. Continue reading
While conventional societal norm dictates that students should complete their education before embarking on their professional journeys, yet there are quite a few who choose to defy this age-old practice and look out for a job instead, either due to their unmistakable passion for sports, adventure or other extracurricular activities which far surpasses their interest in studies or because they are unable to pursue their education further due to financial difficulties. This, in no way, implies that their future is doomed forever. Gone are the days when lack of higher education was equivalent to settling for jobs that did nothing for one’s personal satisfaction, skill or remuneration. Continue reading
First introduced to the world in the late 20th century, the humble cell phone of the 90s has truly come of age and how! Packed with an array of innovative features and mind-boggling functionalities, the smartphone of today is no longer just a ho-hum mobile phone that aids two-way communication via calls and messages but a one of a kind mini-computer that has constantly evolved over the years to rapidly adapt to the dynamic consumer needs.
With a global projection of a staggering 2.87 billion smartphone users by 2020, it is not hard to figure out that smartphones are here to stay for a long run and the demand for these highly functional and perceptive phones will continue to rise in the years to come.
Most students waste their precious vacations in playing games like cricket, watching movies or by roaming around with friends. Playing for a few hours a day is okay but to waste an entire vacation without learning a skill or 2 is something which they will surely repent later. Students should therefore join some classes and learn skills which can be useful in their future lives. Continue reading
In this current age of extensive multimedia sharing and online surfing, the spreading of computer virus has become a very common thing. Whereas the ‘shortcut virus’ has become really familiar and once in a while all of us have seen it somewhere in our pen drives or in our PCs and laptops and kept wondering why there is a duplicate of that particular replicated folder? Continue reading
If you wish to prolong the life of your cell phone, then you have to take some necessary precautions. The tips mentioned if followed diligently and religiously are bound to enhance the life of your precious handset. Some of these tips also imply to the battery, charger and other accessories of your handset. Continue reading
Since the advent of mobile phones, there is a constant question going in the users mind on how to make your battery last for a longer time or some hearsay like the battery sometimes explodes or constant charging reduces the life of the battery and so on.
We wish to inform you the facts of what some rumors have been embedded in the mind of the smartphone users. We just hope that after you learn about the facts, you clear yourself of the rumors that may be sailing through your mind. Continue reading
Prizm Institute had recently conducted mobile phone repair training in Mumbai for students of a BMC run Government aided school in association with a reputed NGO based in Mumbai, India. It was a pleasure for us to train the young school students. The students were of class Ninth, while some were from 7th std and 8th std.
The first day when we started the training, one school teacher of the BMC School told me, “Padh likh kar koi fayda nahi!” which means Education is useless! Further he said that this is the type of training which will be more beneficial to students. Although I do not fully agree with him on this statement, he meant to say that education should lead to employment. That is obviously important! Continue reading