The Password On Your Phone📱

DOES IT MAKE SENSE?  

“THE PASSWORD ON YOUR PHONE” 
Today, technology and modernization has made it in such a  way that every one want his/her privacy. The word “trust” is even questionable and no more trusted by people. There is password on almost everything from phone to everything we can, just to protect our information and keep our privacy. But what sense does it make when keeping a password on our phone send us or another to the grave instead of saving life? What then are we “securing”?. 

Three friends had an accident in a car and became unconscious. A stranger got to the scene and wanted to call for help. He had no phone. There were six mobile phones in the accident car but all had password on them. They all died as a result. 

A pregnant lady collapsed at home with her little daughter(a minor). The little girl had no idea of what was happening but saw her mother gasping for air. She picked her mother’s phone to call her daddy but there was a password on the phone. By grace, her big brother left his phone on his bed while going to school and she called the father and her mother was saved because her brother had no password on his phone else the pregnant woman would have lost her life. Whose fault would that have been? 

A young man died with so much wealth in an unknown bank. The information was on his phone. No one could access the information because there is password on the phone. 

My advice is this. You are too precious than the information you are securing on your phone. Only put password on your whatsapp, text messages, facebook, files, etc and leave the call side free. You may one day save your life or the life of your loved ones.  The password on your phone can be your death warrant.
Think twice. 

Please share your views😊

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11 thoughts on “The Password On Your Phone📱

  1. Yeah I think it makes a sense

    Don’t interpret me wrong… I’m just putting my point of view 😅
    Let’s understand it by an example
    Why a bussiness man or a political leader use security guards!
    The reason is simple… just because of protection. There are many more examples like it.

    So the same thing applies here…
    A person uses password just to protect his/her phone.

    While such conditions or I should say examples mentioned by you… can be exceptional cases. Because my point of view fails in such undesired circumstances.😅😛

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  2. maybe some education is in order. by default, both the apple iphone and android phones, by default, have the capability to make emergency calls on a locked phone. from the login screen there is a an emergency button. taping that gives the user access to tap in the localized emergency number only. older android phones, i can’t say for certain, but I’d say older than 3 years, will have a slightly modified feature or not have this feature at all.

    both brands of phones can turn of this feature. Sometimes, there a valid reason. a mom giving her locked phone to her three year old can still randomly press keys and make an emergency call.

    On the iphone, i have also made some basic medical information available on my locked phone. that way, if i am unconscious at an accident, a knowing medical person can still have some basic medical information.

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  3. Definitely something to think about. I have an Apple phone, but was unaware of the capability to make emergency calls without a password. I learned something new by visiting your site. 🙂

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