By oktaynanotech / Phone repair / / 0 Comments

There are some real benefits to repairing your phones as opposed to replacing it. hopefully I can show you why. For starters, why would anyone spend hundreds replacing their broken cellphone when they can get it fixed for a fraction of the price? And without any loss to the original functionality of the phone. Or maybe, you don’t know cellphones can be effectively repaired? It’s true that smartphones have become a lot smaller and lot more complicated but so have the technicians fixing them!  Most of the damaged cellphones are repairable, only if you were to ask the right questions.

A smartphone can be an expensive investment, and considering the frequency of its use and how fragile they are, it may turn out to be quite a headache of an investment too. A typical smartphone could cost as much as 1500 dollars! Honestly that is one expensive piece of equipment. Our devices, for most, is used to run large corporations, used to keep us informed with the latest news, help us keep in touch with our family and friends, so please don’t just throw it away. Luckily in the case of a break don’t fret, be calm test your phone out to see what functionality you are missing, and contact your local NanoTech Cellphone repair shop. These guys know their stuff, they have the necessary equipment and tools, combined with years of experience, you just can’t go wrong. Save your money don’t just opt out of your contract and end up paying hundreds in fees, get it fixed!

Another benefit to repairing your cellphone besides financial, is its negative impact on our environment. You may not know it, but cellphones contribute to environmental waste in a huge way.

How, you ask?

Cellphones components contain some heavy metals like nickel, mercury, lead etc., which are very toxic and are acidic when exposed to environmental natural forces. Here are a few of the elements of cellphones and their acidic metals and compounds:

  • Batteries – contains cadmium and nickel
  • Crystal displays – contains mercury
  • Circuit boards – nickel, lead and beryllium.

So, lets all do our part to save our planet! One Cellphone at time..

Now let’s talk convenience. Earlier we spoke of how important our phones are to our daily lives. We use them to govern everything from our companies to our families! Now because of all that usage we all have accumulated a large amount of data, all of which are stored on those itty bitty device. Most of us rely on our phones in a huge way, I for one don’t remember anyone’s phone number! And rely on my phone to send me notifications on meetings and appointments. If my phone breaks my week and possibly month goes with it! That’s good enough reason than any to have your phone repaired. Just think of it having your phone repaired is a much more incising way to go about it. And besides “Why Replace It When You Can Fix It!”


Now be proud that you are fixing your cellphone!

By oktaynanotech / Uncategorised / 0 Comments

Android Wear

Google’s smartphone operating system, Android, has been a tremendous success for the search giant, and now they are pushing another new type of software to the masses called, Android wear. Android Wear is designed for the wearable market, used to govern everything from smartwatches to our next generation eye wear. By pairing the Android Wear with smartphones, users are able to integrate things like Facebook notifications and map directions into a smart-watch form. Users are also able to download apps from the Google play store by the using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It comes in round, rectangle and square dials. Android Wear is built from the ground up for the wearables market, and from the looks of it its here to stay.

When I was a tiny tot, I used to watch Knight Rider and try act as if I was Michael, communicating with the KIT on my watch, Google has made that a reality for me. Android Wear can be seen as an extension of the Google Now’s experience. Its best feature is that it allows us to talk to our watches. Users can just speak and request information and also reply to content and information on the go without even looking at your smartphone. A user simply needs to connect the watch to a compatible Bluetooth smartphone and kiss goodbye to distracting driving? Probably not…. You simply install and run the app on your phone, and the app takes care of the rest. All of your apps, contacts and other information on the phone will be synced to the watch instantly, as well as any new notifications on the fly.

Despite some amazing features, the question still remains, is the wrist technology more convenient than reaching out for your phone? And above that, does it convenience justify the cost of the Android Wear? The answer is that there is no one feature that makes the Android Wear worth it, it’s the overall experience that justifies its price and existence. At the end of the day, you get to use your phone less and interact with the world more. The ability to get direction on your steering wheel or a tool that tells you how healthy you have are, Android Wear is all about the complete picture which is quite significant if you are a heavy smartphone user.

Apart from its killer features, it still has some glitches in it. Just to filter out stuff you do not want is not worth sorting through notifications, it should not be that complicated. Moreover, there should be a button or feature that allows you to choose which feature to sync on your watch, rather than syncing all that is on your phone.

Android Wear is not designed to replace your phone, it is just meant to reduce the number of times you pull out your smartphone. The top 8 Android Wear watches currently available are Sony Smart Watch 3, Tag Huer Connected, Huawei Watch, LG Watch Urbane, LG G Watch R, Asus Zen Watch 2, New Moto 360, and Samsung Gear Live. It is now also compatible with iOS devices.

Android Wear is by far the strongest Smart-Watch platform and has enough support from developers and manufacturers to thrive. But since it is a first-generation product, with notification anxiety, limited battery life, and the fact that there is no common platform for third-party applications, makes Wear quite tough to recommend. But fortunately as we can say from past experience, Google is listening to all these reviews and is also working on the negative ones to improve the way folks use these Smart-Watches.