Technically speaking, yes, someone can hack your phone using its hotspot. If two devices are on the same network, then they can communicate with each other, and a hacker can use that to attack your phone. But, if you secure your hotspot, it’s difficult for hackers to connect to it in the first place, which helps a lot.
There are many things you can do, depending on how the port is being blocked. You can change router or firewall settings to unblock the port. You can contact your ISP to have them unblock it, or you can even mask the port with something like a VPN to trick your ISP into giving you the access you want.
An ISP can only block port forwarding if they control your router, so this is only an issue if they provided the router that you use. When that is the case, you can log into the router and look at the port forwarding settings. If you can’t see those settings, then the safe assumption is that port forwarding is blocked.
Changing the RAM, motherboard, or CPU does not inherently damage any data on your computer. But, when you change components on a computer, it is sometimes necessary to reinstall the operating system, and that can put data at risk. Moreover, the data risks attached to each of these changes vary considerably.
Overall, gaming in full-screen mode will give you better performance than in borderless windowed mode. However, full-screen mode comes with some downsides that you might not be willing to live with. In particular, accessing apps and functions outside of the active gaming window is much easier outside of full-screen mode.
With a modern Mac, FileVault typically does not impact performance at all. Modern hardware can handle encryption a lot faster than older systems, and Macs encrypt by default now. With older systems, it is possible for FileVault to use up resources to a point that general performance slows down across the Mac.
Using your phone while charging should not damage the battery or any other part of the phone, even if that use involves high-end gaming. The charging system is very smart and will route power appropriately to make the phone work and protect the battery. That said, there is an increased risk of heat, and that matters.
In the vast majority of cases, constantly charging your laptop does not harm the battery. In fact, more often than not, this practice actually extends the battery’s lifespan for the laptop, and it can help boost laptop performance. The only major concern is heat buildup, so make sure your laptop has good airflow.
Usually, frequently charging your laptop will not damage the battery or cause any major problems that you need to know about. Frequent charging does have a set of pros and cons, but when it comes to the battery, frequent charging often extends the battery’s lifespan. For the most part, you can charge whenever you want.
For the most part, constantly charging a phone does not damage the battery. Most manufacturers suggest that you can charge the phone however you like, and it will be just fine. In fact, constant charging can extend your battery’s life in many cases. The only real concern is avoiding charging in high temperatures.
For the most part, frequent charging is not an issue for modern phones with lithium-based batteries. Charging behavior does impact your battery’s lifespan, but the exact ways depend on how you use the phone and what kind of battery you have. You can research best practices for your specific battery.
In the majority of cases where a phone is dropped, the device is just fine, but it is possible for a drop to damage a phone and affect its performance. These performance differences can range from bricking the phone to cracking the screen to other problems. Ultimately, a lot can go wrong, even if it’s usually fine.