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You are talking about two separate problems, so I'll answer them separately. There is no system-wide setting for screen sensitivity. Like Joe mentions, it is app specific (even the Start Screen is an …
answered Jun 9 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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There is no built in screen shot capability. However, if you have a developer unlocked device, you can use a third party app. This tool http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1315847 will l …
answered May 16 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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Worst case scenario and last resort, you can hard reset the device through the bootloader. Each device has it's own way to enter the bootloader menu. The most common way (with htc devices) is to pow …
answered Apr 30 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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Short answer, no. Currently there is no way to separate volume levels of ringer and music/alarm. The only other volume that can be changed indepedently is the in-call speaker volume (which goes from 1 …
answered May 2 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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. Depending on how long you plan on taking off the headset, you could turn off bluetooth for the duration. This can be done very quickly using an app that pins the Bluetooth settings page to your start …
answered May 2 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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The only way I've found to turn of the "da-da-duh" sound you get when the phone connects to a power source or to Zune, is by toggling the Ring+Vibrate/Vibrate to vibrate. Its not as much of a hassle a …
answered May 16 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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The Windows Phone OS has been built from the ground up to manage power in a newer, unique way. For one, like you mentioned, a push notification system. This system is designed to circumvent the old wa …
answered May 17 '12 by Lance McCarthy
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you can use your Microsoft Account for the phone. The last owner should have You can do this from the Settings > About, but I strongly recommend using the Windows Phone Recovery Tool. As a bonus, you'll get the latest firmware and OS build available for your device. …
answered Apr 28 '17 by Lance McCarthy