How to Make Your Phone Work Without a Cell Phone
Posted March 20, 2018 11:06:07I know what you’re thinking: I’ve heard that I can’t use my phone when I’m driving or driving through the park.
But there’s good news for those of you who don’t live near an area where cell phones are a necessity.
You can still use your phone, even when you’re driving through a park.
That’s because the FCC has rules that prohibit wireless carriers from using your phone as a navigational device.
The FCC has long required that wireless carriers use their own navigation software, called a cellular navigator, to guide you through a place, such as a crowded restaurant.
That’s what the FCC requires, so the answer to your question is yes, you can still connect your phone to your car’s wireless network while driving through an area without a cell phone policy.
The answer is that you don’t have to worry about your phone getting lost or stolen while you’re traveling through a public place.
In other words, you’ll still be able to use your cell phone as an navigational aid.
But you can’t actually use your car as a navigation device while driving.
The rule prohibits your cell carrier from using GPS, radio navigation, or cellular telephony to guide a person through a crowded place.
The FCC has no rules for cell phone navigation in public spaces, which means you can connect your car to a public Wi-Fi hotspot if you have one of those devices in your car.
But in the real world, a public area where you don,t have to use a phone as part of your navigational aids is usually a busy street or park.
If you’re planning on taking your cell phones to a place where the traffic is bad, you might want to consider not connecting them to your wireless network, and instead use a different wireless network for that destination.
The rules prohibit your wireless carrier from selling cell phones or using them to connect to other wireless networks.
This means that if you plan to use the same cell phone for two different destinations, you should consider using a different network for the second one.
For more tips on wireless safety, check out the FCC’s guidelines on wireless navigation.