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20th May 2014, 11:12 PM |#1  
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how to reduce amount of time that my cell phone i9300 send signals to cell tower? for example from 1s, to 5 sec?
 
 
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22nd May 2014, 09:59 PM |#3  
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Why would you need this? And afaik this is not possible.


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Why would you need this? And afaik this is not possible.


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to lessen radiation, r u sure its not possible*?
23rd May 2014, 03:17 PM |#5  
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Just wrap your head in aluminium foil, same result.

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23rd May 2014, 06:37 PM |#6  
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to lessen radiation, r u sure its not possible*?

- Technically possible; Yes
- Is it beneficial; Not really
- Does it require system level tweaking; Yes
- Would someone be willing to spend hours working on this so you can lose the signal; Ask around

If you're concerned mainly with the radiation, avoid keeping it in shirt pocket and use a high quality casing that "might" reduce the effects.
You could also try an aluminum casing but it interferes with the network esp in low coverage areas.

If you really want to get off the radiation grid: use good old letters (and lose trees ) JK


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