Thursday, August 29, 2013
From Law Technology News:
Having a broken cell phone is bad enough. Discovering your
phone is toast just as you're about to attend an important meeting, leave on an
urgent trip or call a client or colleague with critical information can be
anything from bothersome to disastrous.
Since most law schools still fail to offer courses in portable electronics repair and maintenance, and because many lawyers continue to believe Ohm's Law is some type of real estate statute, it can be very useful to know what to do when a phone stops working.
Fortunately, one rarely needs any technical expertise to get a cell phone back onto its digital feet. Here's a quick rundown on how to respond to six common dead phone situations.
The article goes on to address these problems: dark & lifeless; call fails; lost phone; waterlogged phone; hot phone.