Windows Phone 8 supports the Media Transfer Protocol and can be used like a mass storage device on supported target operating systems. Windows Vista and later natively support MTP, but additional software is required for older versions of Windows, Linux and OS X.
So as long as your disconnected computers are running Vista or later you can easily transfer ...
The FM Radio in Lumia 610 does not support loudspeaker (source).
For other devices, select and hold the station number, and select switch to speaker or switch to headset.
You still need to keep the headphones plugged in as the cord acts as the radio antenna.
There are three places that I could find to make adjustments that relate to camera functionality on my DVP.
Settings -> Applications tab -> Puctures + Camera
Pictures -> ... (on the bottom) -> Settings
Camera app -> Options icon
The third option seems to be the most relevant for my issue.
There are mostly aesthetic and workflow streamlining changes.
The Office logos have been updated, and the tabs have been renamed. Recent documents are shown in a list rather than tiles. OneNote is a separate app and is not in the Office Hub. The recent documents list is synchronized with Office 2013 and Office Online.
I don't believe this is currently supported by the Lumia phones, however it's been announced as coming with their 7.8 update:
Bluetooth file transfer to send media files via Bluetooth from your Lumia device to any other phone
Under settings/WiFi you can long tap on a connection and select edit.
From here you can see:
Encryption Type—shown in brackets next to the connection name e.g. AccessPoint1(WPA2)
Your IP address
Default gateway IP
DNS server IP
Your MAC address
Nokia provides an App called Transfer my Data which allows you to transfer Contacts and SMS from your old device to the new Windows Phone 8.
There are certain limitations though. All contacts except one were transferred from my Lumia 800 to my new Lumia 620. One failed and I have no idea why.
The second limitation - the far worse one - is that only the ...
at the top, there is a collections tab; this represents media on your computer. These map to your libraries in Windows. It is from -here- that you drag and drop to the phone in the bottom left corner, not from windows explorer.
I heard that the Samsung Focus SD card is most misunderstanding feature of all Windows Phone phones.
It was supposed to be used only for OEM and carriers do offer more room for games and files to the user. But without any possibility to remove or even use the SD card in another device.
As far as I know when you insert the SD card in the phone you need to ...
You can't do much officially if your carrier hasn't pushed it out. But you can unofficially flash the official update with a tool called Sharp7Eighter (or its 'improved' version) which allows you to update to Windows Phone 7.8. They claim that:
Every single Windows Phone is supported, no matter the carrier nor the manufacturer (although there appears to ...
Type in your friend's name and after the last character of the name typed (and before hitting space), tap the name which gives you and option like this:
Tapping the +[Somename] adds that word to the dictionary and will no longer be auto corrected.
Follow the instructions here: Delete or reinstall apps on windowsphone.com
To reinstall apps from the web
Open a web browser and go to www.windowsphone.com.
Navigate to the My Phone dropdown menu, located in the upper-right
corner of the screen, then sign in with the same Windows Live ID
you've used on your phone.
In the My Phone menu, click Purchase ...
As you are (propably) already using a Microsoft Account with your Windows Phone 7 device, these things will automatically sync:
Documents stored in SkyDrive (OneNote)
Now for music, pictures etc., you're going to have to load them onto your new device manually.
As for your texts / SMS, you can use the Transfer my Data app. ...
Go to Settings>Wi-Fi
Press and hold on the name of the network
Turn Wi-Fi off for a few seconds
Turn it on
Then try to reconnect
If it doesn't work the first time, try clearing your history and making sure all your tabs are closed.
If this doesn't work you might need to contact support for your phone.
There isn't anything saying this. Actually the developer many times mention that the app is optimized to Windows Phone 8 if it is.
In the Store you can see if the app is compatible with WP8 but it not guarantee that it is optimized.
The option was originally disabled by Nokia, although they did recently enable it -- if you haven't done so recently, connect via Zune and install any updates if you have any.
Wi-Fi sharing is in the settings menu, under "Internet Sharing".
For best results, only use with the phone on external power - even if that is the laptop you're providing power from ...
The phone is very good at cleaning up after the uninstallation of applications, to the point where if you reinstall them, they think it's a clean install. I believe this is down to the storage system, as no application can directly see any data from another application, and no application can install additional system libraries.
You'll need the Zune Software for updating WP7 phones - I think you can still get it here. When you connect your phone it should offer you to download the necessary packages and update your phone - if Microsoft hasn't disabled this yet.
I believe this can be a bug in the sensor data. I've seen it happen before (though it's rare).
I haven't been able to reproduce this bug reliably, but I have a theory. Perhaps when you pressed the camera button, you subtly (but with just enough force) jerked the phone in the horizontal direction. This sudden movement could theoretically be picked up as ...
Bluetooth is not working in WP 7.5 Mango, It is working in WP 7.8.
You can update the OS in nearest Nokia care.
If you want to update through Internet means, Not possible now. It may be first quarter of this year.
I had a similar issue, but after one crash it just showed white screen and nothing more. I did some googling and found out that those devices have an issue with memory card. And i just replaced it with a new one.
On youtube, there are a lot of instructions about disassembling a device: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=htc+trophy+memory+card&...
The solution to the Yahoo mail problem can be found here. The solution is,
Enable 2 step verification in yahoo account.
Generate app specific password and in the list of apps select "Other" and clicked on generate.
Enter the 12 digit code in place of password.
Now it will login successfully.
Regarding your problem connecting your phone with Windows 10 PC ...