#1416: FacePhone

When attempting to allow someone to use my phone to make a simple call today, it became obvious that even the same model may be configured so differently for individuals that they can’t quickly be loaned.

Today’s invention is an application which records one’s phone settings and sends these to the phones of your friends.

This allows a phone owner to lend his device to one such person, have them enter a passphrase and access an emulator of their own interface (providing only basic calling, texting and browsing functionalities).

For people you want to help but who aren’t friends, they could still choose their phone model from a list to get access to a generic interface design with which they were familiar.

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