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Even if you don't have access to the Facebook mobile app, you can keep up with the Facebook action on the go using Facebook Mobile.

By registering your phone for Facebook Mobile, you can post a status and receive your friends' updates via text message.

To enable Facebook Mobile, click the down arrow in the top right, then "Settings," and choose the "Mobile" tab.

Click "Add a Phone," then choose your country and carrier.

Follow the on-screen prompts and wait for a confirmation message to appear on your phone.

Once you've received the confirmation, enter it on screen.

Below, choose whether you want your phone number to be displayed on your Facebook profile, and if you want to receive Facebook messages as texts.

Once you've entered the confirmation code and clicked "Next," you can change your phone number and adjust the type and quantity of texts you receive from Facebook.

To update your status, simply text your message to 32665, or use the "Post-By-Email Address" to remotely upload photos and videos.

To stop receiving text message alerts on your phone, click "Remove" and confirm in the popup.

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