Unclog a Charging Port
Over time, your charger may not fit as well into the port. Try this simple fix: Use a sharp toothpick to remove lint and dirt from the port.
Clean Up Fuzzy Noise
Turned off by inferior sound when you plug speakers into your headphone jack? To improve audio quality, stick a cotton swab into the jack and use it to clear out any gunk.
Replace a Shattered Screen
Replacing your phone’s screen is actually pretty easy. All you need is some tools and a little courage.
Resurrect a Soaked Phone
If your phone takes an unexpected swim, remove the battery (if possible), and place the device in a bag of rice for a day or two to absorb the moisture. With any luck, your phone will be as good as new once removed.
Salvage a DVD player’s lens—the little piece that guides the disc-reading laser—and use it on your phone’s camera. Put the lens on top of a small piece of painter’s tape, cut a hole for it to peek through, and mount it over your phone’s lens with extra strips of tape for better pictures.
Source : Mail