How to use an Old Android Phone :-
In this world of Android , with a new android phone releasing every minute with larger then life specifications , you are bound to upgradw to new phone. But what happens with the older friend of yours. It lies in a corner , yet breathing , relaxing. And belive me , if i were an android , relaxing is the worst thing that could happen to me.So , why do not we use it for something that it is worth of .
Let us try to explore how can we use an old Android phone :-
For Your Home :-
One of the most obvious uses for an old smartphone is, well, to use it as a phone. While it probably doesn’t have service any more, there’s likely no reason you can’t download a VOIP app like Skype and use it as a home-based handset. You could even use it as a webcam if you’d prefer. If that’s not your thing, there are plenty of less obvious uses. For example, you can turn your phone into a smart thermostat. This is a more complex hack, but one of the cooler ones.
A less-exciting option is to turn your smartphone into a remote. Just about every set top box with a network connection offers a smartphone app to control it, whether you’ve got an old Android . If your old smartphone has an infrared transmitter, you can search its app store for a universal remote app and control just about anything. Although also not terribly exciting, your old smartphone makes for a great alarm clock . Because there are so many apps to choose from, you can pick one that suits your needs or just has a really cool theme.
For Your Car :-
What Android in Car bring on the Table :-
- GPS Navigation
- Internet Connectivity on the Go
- A great Music Player and a video Player(do avoid when driving)
- On Board Car Diagnosis. (OBD 2) (Details on that Later)
- Integration with any Hardware supporting Bluetooth or Wi-Fi On the Go
Want to read more : Try out this article : http://androidvila.com/android-in-car/
Fully gaming device :-
My favorite use of an old smartphone (or tablet, for that matter) is to create a portable gaming device. A jailbroken iDevice works fine, but Android offers so many fantastic options in the retro gaming department. While there may be more practical solutions, a retro gaming device is probably the most fun.
If you’re a photographer (professional or otherwise), you can turn your old smartphone into a powerful camera remote. If your camera has a Live View mode, you might even be able to see what your camera sees directly from your app of choice (there are a few to pick). Even if photography is just a hobby, this can be a lot of fun and you can take some interesting pictures you’d might otherwise be unable to get.
For Securing your home :-
You can also use your android phone to craete a Wi-Fi enabled camera which gives live streaming to your another android device or Laptop. You can also integrate a screen with it.
It can also be used as a baby-monitor in the same way.
What are you waiting for . Let us android now.