5 Best Uses for Your Old Android Phone

Turn It into a Music or Podcast Streaming Device for Your Office

Instead of listening to the radio, hoping that you’ll eventually hear your favorite band, why not be in total control of your entertainment with apps like Spotify or Pandora? Yes, the speaker in your old Android phone won’t cut it, but that doesn’t matter. High-quality Bluetooth speakers that can be connected wirelessly to your Android smartphone from across the room have become affordable over the years, and they can transform any Android device into a full-fledged entertainment center. Just check which version of Bluetooth your phone supports to avoid overpaying for a speaker with the latest-generation of Bluetooth only to find out that you can’t take advantage of it.

2 thoughts on “5 Best Uses for Your Old Android Phone”

  1. That’s a great point Hilda, doing a factory reset is a great idea for your old phone to run smoothly and FAST, if you’re only using one or two apps on your old phone, you pretty much just need WiFi and bluetooth. You will save battery life and a much faster performing device.

  2. I did a factory reset on my Galaxy S 5 and now I use it as a ‘Dylan Pod’…
    Put in a 128 GB sd card…it is almost full…

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