Guy turns Smartphone into Mini Computer instantly

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A guy has found a way to use his mobile phone as a mini computer for less then P713 or $14.30. He provides life hacks on how you can do the same.

With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing, many people are seeking refuge from its effects by logging onto their computers and doing schoolwork and work from home. Sadly, many Filipino people cannot afford a computer because they are quite expensive. Even secondhand computers cost a lot of money, which makes them unattainable for many Filipinos.

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With mobile devices and cellphones getting more advanced, many people are using them for their jobs, school work and other activities. But these mobile devices alone cannot handle all of the work at once.

A Facebook user named Alex Anshely Smith recently shared life hacks on how he turned his mobile phone into a mini computer. The post garnered various responses from the online community. As of this writing, it has 31k Reactions, 11k Comments, and 76k Shares.

The post created a lot of reactions from social media users and here are some of those.

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“Post ko din baka sakali makatulong sa iba haha😁“, post read.

“Sana makatulong sa mga nagcocode😁God bless❤“, Alex added.

According to Alex, he just persevered while he didn’t have a laptop or computer.

Alex is truly a genius, you can now turn a mobile phone into a mini-computer using this hacks. The best thing about these hacks is that they are pretty easy to do and mostly inexpensive. You can do this with just a few accessories and make it look like you spent a lot of money on it.

Filipinos are naturally resourceful and patient when it comes to things that are meaningful. Alex is one of them who proved that the lack of money or a laptop is not an obstacle to continue to work hard in study.


Lorence Laudenio

Lorence is an IT grad who loves to travel. He shares tech updates, trends, and his travel journey, aiming to inspire others by blending his passions.

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