How to recharge a cell phone without electricity

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shockproof feature to protects the device from damaging.

#5: Hand crank power to your cell phone!
Another way to get power to your phone without electricity is to
get cranking! YCharge your cellphone with a hand-crank device.

To charge cell phone with the self cranking device, you need to
keep cranking it to provide enough energy. For smart phones, you
need to start cranking really fast until the screen shows normal
charging, and then slow down to normal cranking speed.

Granted it's not the most convenient, because it requires your
manpower, but it is an alternative when you don't have battery
power, solar power or any of the other ways to charge your cell
phone.

  • ER Solar/Hand-Crank Digital Weather Band Radio and USB
    Charging Port, pictured top right in blue, charges all cell
    phones with no batteries required. Stay in-touch with loved
    ones and receive news updates following an emergency with
    the ER Emergency Ready Solar/Hand-Crank Flashlight and
    AM/FM Radio. This multi-functional radio provides news and
    weather updates, LED lighting, and facilitates communication
    by charging all mobile devices via a built-in USB port and
    much more! Unlike regular flashlights and radios, the ER
    Solar/Hand-Crank Powered Flashlight & Weather Band Radio
    delivers unlimited hours of usage without relying on
    batteries making it an essential addition to your emergency
    kit, bedside or vehicle.


#6: Charge your phone with kinetic energy.
Using kinetic energy you can get a charge just by walking around
and being active or spinning your phone:


  • Spin charge your phone. Another device on the market that
    use kinetic energy. You can also spin your cell phone and get
    a charge from the spinning motion.

#7: Charge your cell phone using the LAND line.
Did you know you can get emergency power from a phone line?
Even in a blackout, the telephone that's hardwired into the phone
line will always work. This is an amazing hack for preppers to
learn. This free, hidden source of electricity is for emergency use
only.

Yes, you can tap the power from the telephone company and just
enough to recharge your cell phone, but you need some tools and
you'll need to consult with your own sense of ethics. No one can
argue that in a matter of life or death, it's the right thing to do.
It's always good to have options, even if you don't exercise them,
so if you want to recharge your cell phone using the telephone
line, then learn how to do it! The video below gives simple
instruction.

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#9: Charge your phone with an onion a Gatorade.
You won't believe the weirdest way to recharge a cell phone.
You can charge your cellphone with nothing more than an onion
and electrolytes and here's how:
Above learn to use the phone line to get your cell phone charged in an
emergency.

#8: Recharge your cell phone with a solar lantern.
Recharge your phone for emergency with a solar air lantern. The
LuminAid Packlight, pictured right and below is a phone charger
lantern. Lightweight, inflatable, and portable, the Turbo mode
can recharge your smartphone or tablet with a 2.1 Amp output
port and built in 2000 mAh lithium ion battery.

Use the air valve to inflate in seconds. Just twist and compress
to flatten. The long battery life provides approximately 50 hours
of light on Low mode when battery is fully charged, making this
solar lantern awesome for camping, outdoor recreation, and
emergencies. Choose from 5 brightness settings.
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How to recharge your cell phone in an emergency

Weird ways to recharge your cell phone.
Keep your cell phone charged during an outage or an emergency
without electricty. Recharge your cell phone with sticks! Get
power for your cell phone from a car. Get cranking on the many
ways to recharge your cell phone when you don't have access to
electricity.

Following is how to recharge your phone without electricity...

Recharge a Cell Phone without Electricity
There's more than one way to recharge your cell phone in an
emergency (and you can do it without electricity). From the
strange ideas to the ingenious ones, this list of weird ways to
charge your phone will have you thinking about how you can
recharge your cell phone in the weirdest ways.

Here's how to recharge your cell phone without electricity:

#1: Recharge your cell phone with sticks.
Sticks and stones may break your bones, and as it turns out,
sticks can also help recharge your cellphone with no electricity
required! It's just one of the many weird ways you can recharge
your cell phone in an  emergency.

The
Biolite Campstove turns fire into electricity! Pictured
immediate right, the Biolite CampStove 2 generates 3 watts of
usable electricity, stores it in it's internal 2600 mAh battery and
works as a powerbank for USB charging of LED lights, mobile
phones, and other devices even without a live fire. Lightweight
aluminum legs fold up for nested portability and durability for
camping, backpacking or power outages

Using the thermal power of a fire made from sticks, you can
recharge the battery in your phone. That's right, you can light a
campfire, sit around the CampStove and watch the flames dance
as you roast marshmallows and tell stories with friends, as you
charge your cell phone. While it's fun, it's also an incredible
emergency preparedness item to own. Boil water, cook, be
incommunicado!

#2: Juice up your cellphone with a power bank.
An obvious way to keep your cell phone charged during an outage
or an emergency is to juice it up with a portable power bank. You
can recharge all your mobile electronics regardless of where you
are with a high-speed charge with small and large power banks.

  • Anker Portable Power Pack. The Anker power bank,
    pictured right, is emergency backup power for your phone, in
    an astoundingly compact size. No larger than a tube of
    lipstick, this portable charger packs enough juice to charge a
    flagship smartphone from empty to 80%.If you've been
    overlooking this easy way to recharge your cell phone, then
    now's the time to order one. Ideal for any cellphone that has
    a limited battery life, Anker gives a max speed charge to any
    device. It fits easily into any pocket or bag, making it the
    perfect charger for on the couch, on a plane, or anywhere
    else your phone needs a boost.

  • FlashFish portable power station. You can charge or power
    multiple small electric items at once with a portable
    FlashFish. Simple to use, there is a power button on the
    middle to turn on the generator, so you won’t be pulling any
    ripcords to turn on it; it will allow you to camp and recharge
    power without running a noisy, super cool product for your
    outdoor camping and travel. When it's time to recharge, you
    have three options to recharge in the large-capacity power
    bank, including a wall outlet, a solar panel (not included in
    package) or 12V car socket. Accessories like power adapter,
    cigarette lighter adapter and car charger are all included in
    the package.

#3: Get power for your cell phone from a car.
Charge your cell phone with your car. Don't take for granted that
you can turn the DC current from your vehicle into AC current for
your survival and communications gadgets. It's the next best
thing, if you don't have a generator.

A
power inverter is a car essential and the best selling power
inverter you'll find for the price, also has the highest review rating
of any power inverter brand. Pictured left in red, the Bestek is a
300W power inverter with 2 USB ports and 2 AC outlets. This is a
road trip must-have with wide range of applications for preppers.
Full protection features and auto-shutdown keep your appliance
and car from damage.

#4: Harness the sun to recharge your cell phone.
The easiest way to recharge your cellphone is with the power of
the sun, but it will take time. Compact size design for portability,
the
Solar Power Bank, pictured below, comes with a free hook to
hang where you likeThe solar phone charger is built with dual
bright flashlight, and comes with a portable compass kit, a handy
tool for outdoor activities, like camping, cycling, fishing, traveling,
hiking and beaches.

This portable charger is made of premium ABS materials and
lithium polymer battery, highly sturdy and durable. Its equipped
with two USB, type C, dual flashlights and a compass kit. Light
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How to make your phone battery last longer
Now that you know some unconventional ways to recharge your cell
phone, here are some ideas for how to keep your charge longer...

  • Dim the display. Turn the brightness of your display to the
    lowest possible setting.

  • Keep the battery cool. Don't fry your phone by leaving it in
    the car to bake in the sun. Your battery will last much longer
    when it's at room temperature. While an odd thing to do, you
    can put the phone in battery in the fridge.

  • Don't use the vibration mode. That takes too much power.
    Ring tone uses far less energy.

  • Turn off the features. Turn off WIFI, GPS, infrared, AirDrop
    (iOS) and Bluetooth, except when you need these features.
    They are battery drainers. Animations are also battery hogs.

Happy endings...
Prepare to live happily ever after with your cell phone no matter if
you have electricity. It just takes a little creativity.

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Learn how to charge your cell phone with an onion and electrolytes in the
video above.

#10: Power your cell phone with wind turbines!
Another way to power your cell phone is with the wind. Portable
wind turbines let you charge your phone without electricity, but
they are hard to find. Wind turbine technology has come a long
way, and you can recharge your phone with the wind with the K3
Wind and Solar Mobile Charger if you can find one. They didn't
work very well, but were available on Amazon for around $79.
Watch for this product to come back as technology improves.

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