When To and Where Not To Use Your Mobile Device

As a general rule of thumb, it's considered very rude to use your phone during movies or performances, weddings, funerals, religious functions and certain family gatherings. During performances at a theater or other venue, cell phone usage disrupts other patrons and phones should remain on silent and kept out of sight. The same goes for religious activities, as well as family activities. During these gatherings, phone users should be considerate to those around them. When spending one-on-one time with another person, using a cell phone is rude and should be avoided whenever possible. Imagine, if you're a date and you pull out your cell phone; you're pretty much telling your date that you're bored, which will eventually lead someone dumping you.

During these situations, users won't have to take out their Nexus S 4G battery to avoid embarrassment. One way to avoid any embarrassing moments and unpleasantness is to just turn your phone on silent. However, it can still be difficult to properly judge when a cell phone needs to be placed on silent. A general rule to keep in mind is the effect a cell phone ring would have on the people within earshot of the device. One ring can ruin an important event or conference meeting, so to avoid this you might just want to turn your ringer off.

Moreover, sometimes a Nexus S 4G Holster can save the day. If worried about missing a crucial call due to having a phone ringer set on silent, invest in a holster and put the phone on vibrate. When holstered, the vibration from the phone can still be felt without disturbing other people. If an important call comes through that has to be taken, an individual can then politely excuse themselves from the situation and still take the call without missing it.

There are still times when even having your phone on silent or vibrate might not be sufficient enough to avoid those embarrassing moments. For instance, if someone has a habit of always checking their emails and messages, it can be pretty hard from them to resist. Even a well-meaning person can occasionally seem insufferably rude due to checking email at the wrong moment; this includes peeking into your phone. If temptation at looking at your phone ends up being a problem, just leave your phone at a charger. Leaving your phone behind is a good way to avoid any weird moments.

You probably don't know this, but cell phones are troublesome to a few people, and they also get some disapproving glances as well. Although things have come a long way, some situations are still simply inappropriate for cell phone use and care should be taken to show respect for other people and events by turning phones off or even leaving them at home. Keep in mind that Nexus S 4G accessories can help you get the most out of your mobile device and help you make it last longer.