“Simple Fix” for “phone not charging”, “loose cell phone charger cord”, or “cord falling out” #1



(CC). Did your cell phone suddenly stop charging? Is your charge cord loose, or falling out as well? There’s a VERY COMMON CAUSE for this.
NOTE! I have made A NEW VIDEO with a NEW METHOD including a FULL DEMONSTRATION of the method at this link here, The method in the new and the old videos work well, but the new one in the link I provided I believe to be FAR BETTER! The choice of which video to use is yours!
Pay close attention to ALL the warnings in this video, as damage “will” occur if a person applies “excessive pressure or force” to the small “pin row/tab” in the charging port of their device! Do at your own risk! If you have ANY doubts in your ability to perform this procedure, take your device to a qualified person who can safely repair it.

WATCH the update video too for THIS original video here for IMPORTANT warnings/tips. Here is the link,-

This problem can potentially affect EVERYONE who carries their phone or device in their pocket, hand bag, coveralls, or wherever.

Symptoms include,
• your phone or device has “stopped charging”,
• it charges only when you push or wiggle the charge plug in your phone/device,
• it charges intermittently, or charges VERY slowly,
• your charge cord does not seem to “lock-in”,
• the charge cord plug keeps falling out of your phone/device.
(This video “could” apply to ANY DEVICE that uses the “micro-USB style” charging port) IPhone/IPod charge ports are also vulnerable too.

WARNING!!!!!… NEVER EVER force, pry, or twist any object or tool in any way in the charging port of your device! PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to my warnings here, and in this video, as damage WILL result if you do not!

BTW, if your phone/device has a VERY SLOW charge, I have an information video I put up which you might find helpful.
Here is the link for that one;-

Check out my channel “Mysimplefix”!

DISCLAIMER; – WARNING: This video is provided for entertainment and promotional purposes only. It is your responsibility to evaluate the accuracy, instructions and advice contained in this video. No one is liable for any loss or damage caused by your reliance on information contained in this video or in the related comments. Be safe! Anything you try will be done at YOUR OWN RISK!

Also, If you have found this video helpful, please check out my other video
titled, “Simple Fix” for “Earbuds not working”, “Earphones not working” or “Earbuds cutting out”. It may help you! Thanks.

And…. I have many more helpful videos!

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Cellphone Etiquette | Good Manners



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Hi, I’m Faye Devoishantes with Social Skills, here to teach you when it is and it isn’t okay to use your mobile device. We’re all on our phones constantly. We are bombarded with information, we use it for every aspect of our lives, but there are certain parameters to follow in terms of when you should and shouldn’t use your mobile device. So keep in mind who you’re with, the situation that you’re in. We’re all multitasking, we’re all doing a lot of things, but there are certain occasions where you shouldn’t be on your mobile device.

So think about occasions, for example, when you’re having dinner with someone, when you’re face to face, when you have that opportunity to be with someone. It’s really offensive to be across the table from someone and have them be on their mobile device the entire evening. Also, think about occasions like a funeral. You wouldn’t want to be texting, you wouldn’t want to be doing research on your smart phone while something so serious is happening. Think about the classroom. you wouldn’t want to be texting or using your mobile device while your teacher is teaching an important lesson. Things that require your undivided attention should never, ever have a mobile device involved.

Just a few other situations to think about, when you’re working, when you’re in a meeting, it’s entirely inappropriate to bring out your mobile device. It shows disrespect to bring out your mobile device in a meeting. In an office setting you want to be sure that you have your mobile device turned on silent or vibrate because it poses a distraction for everyone else in the office. Also you don’t want to be constantly responding to text messages and calls during your workday. It’s your workday, it’s a time for you to be working, you’re getting paid or you’re perhaps interning for someone else. You want to make sure your time is devoted to that internship or to that job.

When you’re at movie theaters and shows you should also keep in mind that there are people around you that are distracted by the light from your mobile device. If you do need to use your mobile device, step outside, step out of the theater, step out of wherever the show is happening, you don’t want to be a distraction to other people. If you’re at the office and you need to take something urgent be sure to step outside, step away from the office. Respect all of the people in your office and have the courtesy to take a personal call outside of the office environment.

You might be chatting with someone in person and fell your smartphone vibrating or hear a call coming in, but before you’re so quick to answer it, or to respond to a text message, take a moment and enjoy that face to face interaction before you pick up your mobile device. If you really need to pick up a call make sure you excuse yourself before you do so. Those are just a few tips on when it is and when it isn’t appropriate to use your mobile device.

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Cellphone Recycling and Environmental Sustainability



Learn about environmental sustainability standards at AT&T. We design products with the environment in mind, and use environmentally safe packaging. AT&T also works to recycle mobile phones that are donated in AT&T recycle bins across the country, and donates all proceeds from recycling efforts to charitable causes.

Watch as we show the mobile phone recycling process and learn how you can help AT&T with environmental sustainability efforts at:

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We Bet You Can’t Find The Cellphone In This Picture…



There is a new viral image where a cellphone is hidden. John and Hannah see if they can find the hidden cellphone. Let us know if you found it.

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