There are a lot of background tasks to use the network
To name few:
Store checking (and downloading) app updates
Other services you use to sync your stuff (OneDrive, DropBox, etc...)
Apps that run in background (such as Skype, Hike, WhatsApp, etc...)
Automatic OS updates
Sending of Feedback data
To answer your question
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The recommended procedure is to move all your apps from the old microSD Card to internal storage till it's full using Storage Sense then shut down the phone, put in the new card, and move all the apps back over to that new card with Storage Sense. Notice how this doesn't leave you with a backup copy of the apps and their data on the old card for the case ...
It will be in this directory - Phone\Music\Me\RecorderPro. I have the RecorderPro application as well and this is where my files are being stored. Once you connect your phone to your PC just navigate to that directory. If you load the "Files" application on your phone you can view your phone's files and directories through the application (though this ...
You'll have to move your apps to your phone first, power off the phone, put in new SD card, move apps on the new SD card. If your phone's storage isn't large enough, you'll have to do it in a couple of retries.
I've tried copying everything in one go, also by dd-ing the original SD card to hard disk, and then dd it back to the larger SD card, thus making a ...
A quick search of the Marketplace yielded two results:
Ftp On The Go: available for $4.99 and rated 3/5
My FTP: available for $1.29 and rated 1.5/5
You can check out the reviews for both of the above to see which better suits your needs.
Both of the above solutions allow you to download and upload files from a remote server to your phone. To be able to ...
Yes, if your are using windows 7 & above. If your network card supports you can setup an ad-hoc connection or use the wifi router See here
These are some of the basic steps to host a directory using IIS and access it over WiFi LAN, you can google more about it.
Search for IIS (start-->search IIS)
GoTo "Default WebSite" the one hosted on port 80 (...
There is a new app that solves the problem. You download podcasts to your computer using any software (like Zune) and use the new Windows desktop application for sending them to the phone. You can get the new application at http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/how-to/wp8/windows-phone-app-for-desktop
There are two ways I've found to get a PDF on the phone itself:
Put it on your OneDrive. Then, open the PDF from the OneDrive app.
It should then show up in the "My Library" of the PDF Reader app (or
at least it does for me).
Connect the phone to your computer. Drag and drop the PDF to the
Documents folder on your phone. Then, go to the Office app and it
AFAIK moving files is not supported as your phone is just recognized as a flash drive, but it actually isn't one - this function is just "emulated". You can "move" files on your SD Card either
by copying the files to the new destination and then deleting the source files. If you run into space problems you could copy the files to your PC first, then delete ...
It doesn't appear to have a use for most people, other than telling you how wonderful your phone is.
Recently an update has been pushed out so that the Photos app can also handle connects from a Windows Phone, and automatically sync new photos and videos (so what the old Windows Phone app could do). When the updated app was installed, the next time you ...
Windows phone stores files like .doc,.docx,.pdf,.txt received using Bluetooth at location :
Phone > Documents
though you have set it to store new files and all apps in SD Card (as SD Card is removable device, for reasons like file(s) being lost, it will save it to phone storage instead SD Card).
Most likely Adobe Reader does not keep the copy of the PDFs. It just keeps the most recent list. You can copy your pdfs to any place on your phone and open them via the Adobe Reader app. The most obvious place is the Documents folder on your phone. Copy the files there from the PC using the USB connection. To browse the folders on Windows Phone you need an ...
The W10M app store is still operating, and the Lumia 1520 runs W10M just fine, so one option would be to upgrade the OS. You might need to side-load (using the developer tools) an app to "trick" the update process into thinking your phone is a different one so that Microsoft will send it the update, or at least use the Windows Insider app (which ...
You can transfer your app data to an another phone, but using cloud. Here is how you can do it.
Open Settings->Update & Security-> Backup.
Turn on Backup content from participating apps.
Click on Advanced options.
Click Backup now.
These backups will be restored while you install apps on the new device. Make sure both are connected to the same ...
It's very much likely that the USB cable you're trying to use is broken, or a "charge only" USB cable. Try using another different cable, and see what happens.
If the problem persists, try using another machine, just as a move to troubleshoot where the problem is. If it works with another machine, then its your computer that is having issues with your phone:...
ShareIt works only in LAN created by Windows Phone when using Windows Phone.Even when you do WP to ANDROID and vice-versa, WP has to create LAN,else it won't work.
It is clearly written in manual.
Same is with I-Phone.
edit - It is the restrictions for ShareIt.For other file transfer apps like Easy File Transfer being on the same network is enough.
I tried Easy Transfer, FTP Server, and Wi-Fi File Sharer on my WP 8.1. All of these worked on WiFi and Internet Sharing mode as well. It also works when both devices are connected to the same WiFi. I tested all these three cases with different combinations (WP to Android, Android to WP and WP to WP).
Conclusion: ShareIt and Zapya have their own problems.
Microsoft's "Files" app, available from the Store, can do this.
Install and open "Files" and find your .wav file. Long press on the .wav file and select share. Select your email app from the list and it should create a new email with the file attached.
Go to the app that you used to record the MP3. There should be an option to either save the MP3 to your music library, or to upload it somewhere (usually OneDrive or DropBox). There might also be an option to "Share" the file, which would let you send it as an email attachment to yourself or send it to a computer via Bluetooth.
If you save the file to your ...
I moved everything I could see to a map on my laptop, including one hidden file. The card is then seen as empty, but if you type win in the search box, you'll suddenly get a whole new view of stored info. This I copied as well and I deleted a huge wintemp file that is under AFBCC817 etc. ; local, temp. I then copied everything to a bigger SD-card and it ...
The Windows Phone and Windows 8 kindle apps don't support personal documents yet, so you cannot open your own mobi files with it. Neither with "deliver to" feature of the kindle website nor by sharing the file from a Windows Phone 8.1/Windows 8 file manager app.