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The official Instagram app is available here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/instagram/9nblggh5l9xt?activetab=pivot:overviewtab If you don't see it on your phone, make sure it meets the minimum requirements.


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I do not understand the question completely, but if you are asking "How do I limit the background processes of the apps?" You have two options: 1) Go to Network & Wireless>>Data Usage>>Restrict background data This will restrict apps running and using your data when you are using data only. 2) Go to Privacy>>Background apps>>Instagram you can un-check ...


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No, there does not seem to be a way. However, I noticed the recent builds of Windows 10 Mobile are gradually starting to support or match the newer emojis. Some emojis that were showing as boxes are now being correctly interpreted by apps like WhatsApp and Instagram, so, maybe the solution here is to just wait for the upcoming builds and hope they come ...


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The Instagram Beta app that had this bug was replaced by a newer Instagram app; however, it is listed as a separate app in the store, so you will need to install the later app separately


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Currently, the only way to access the high-res images is via PC or a third-party file explorer app (e.g. Files. The inbuilt sharing button doesn't give you access to those high-res images.


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