Clearing cookies on a cellphone means that all cookies are deleted from the cellphone's cache. A cookie is downloaded to a phone or computer when a user visits a website. The cookie keeps track of the user's use of the website, such as login information.
Clearing cookies can be useful if a user is having problems with a website, such as issues logging into an account or a problem with loading the newest version of a website. It is recommended that users delete cookies after accessing sensitive information, such as banking details.
Cookies can be cleared on an iPhone through Safari, on an Android through the browser's settings and on a Windows Phone through Internet Explorer's options.Learn More
"Clearing cookies" refers to the process of deleting cookies from a web browser. According to Microsoft, cookies are special files employed by websites to keep track of various user activities. For example, cookies are used on websites to remember what is in a user's shopping cart.Full Answer >
TTY mode on a cellphone activates the ability to use a cellphone as a teletypewriter, which is a text-like system used primarily by deaf people to communicate over the phone. To use TTY mode, the cellphone must be connected to a portable TTY device.Full Answer >
A carrier lock, which is featured on most cellphones, is a software code placed on a phone that prevents its use on another network. To unlock the technology, another code must be inserted on the phone. Devices that do not have the lock or code specifically advertise or state they are unlocked. Google, Android, Nexus and Apple feature unlocked devices.Full Answer >
The cellphone code PPS 6180 is a code that displays when a customer's balance has reached $0. This code is displayed in conjunction with prepaid accounts.Full Answer >