In the history list, tap and hold on the offending number, and choose "block number...".
To check on the list of currently blocked numbers, go to settings -> call+SMS filter, and tap on blocked numbers. You can also use the advanced button to block witheld numbers, pin to the start screen, and control whether you get notifications when there is blocked ...
How to remove a picture at OneDrive
Download the OneDrive app
Sign in to the OneDrive app using the same credentials as you use on your phone
Find the picture in the OneDrive app and delete it
The image will probably end up in the Trash at your OneDrive so you will have to remove it from there to if you really want it gone.
I would suggest you wait for couple of days as you’ll get Lumia Cyan firmware update first so you don’t run into any issues later.
The problem is if you upgrade to WP 8.1 before Lumia Cyan, you need to wait for a Bitlocker and low memory space fixes that the WP team is still working. If you do other way round, you don’t have to worry about it then.
In case ...
FIFA 14 requires a Windows Phone with 1GB of RAM to run, so unfortunately the Lumia 520 will not run this game.
If you search for FIFA 14 in the Store app, it won't show up as games or apps that require 1GB of RAM are hidden.
If you happen to open a direct link to the game, either on your phone or via the Windows Phone website, you should see a message ...
I've got the same problem, but I found this and now is fixed. Hope it helps.
Download and install latest NokiaSoftwareUpdaterForRetail
Run NSU and this window will pop up. Then click "My device does not boot up"
Now connect the phone that has been stuck at spinning gears via USB cable (make sure its fully charged) and click continue.
From the documentation for Word Mobile:
Word Mobile doesn't support all the features in Microsoft Word 2010 or later. If a document has content that's not supported, you can still open the document on your phone. The unsupported content won't be displayed though, and you might not be able to edit the document.
The only thing you can do to edit the ...
No, the battery should not be pulled from the phone every two days.
From a Windows Phone perspective
There is no need to restart your phone every few days. In fact, the only time the phone needs to be restarted is when there is a system app (eg. the glace screen app) or system update (eg. the Denim update).
From a battery perspective
Removing it from the ...
It always happened to me to no matter what windows version it was and recently it happened while upgrading to windows 10 too the only solution that worked for me then and now is to remove the memory card and reset the phone using the Volume Down key + Power button after which the upgrade will continue so try doing that and you wont get stuck at rotating gear ...
If you are on WP 8.1 (Denim update), you can set it easily. Head to settings > call + SMS filter >and turn it ON
Next, tap on phone dialer > long tap on the number you want to block > and tap block number .
You should be able to transfer data to your new SD card using the Storage Sense app - you'll also see that there is the option to save new items (photos/videos/etc.) to the SD card, as well as the option to install new apps to the SD card.
Not all apps allow themselves to be installed on an SD card, and some may need to be moved back if the developer ...
I think you should first recover your phone and worry about Windows 10 later. After your phone is up again you can try the Windows Insider App and go to Release Preview Ring and see if you can get the updates. Because I think you will still be able to get the last update 10.0.10586.xxx.
Sounds like you may have Super sensitive touch enabled. This lets you use your phone with gloves, but can be annoyingly sensitive if just using your bare hands.
To disable this, go to Settings → touch, and set "Touch sensitivity" to normal.
As far as I know, both of those games require 1 GB of RAM(1), and the Lumia 520 only has 512 MB. So that's the reason you're not able to find them in the Store. This should be standard behaviour - apps that aren't compatible with your phone for whatever reason don't show up in searches.
You can always search for the app at WindowsPhone.com, or open the ...
Call + SMS filter (for Nokia Lumia phones only)
Swipe right to the app list
Scroll down until you find 'Settings' (tap)
Scroll down until you find 'call+SMS filter' down the list, then tap to open
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So it worked when you tried with a different SIM right?? So its clear that its not your phone's problem :).The call conferencing is a feature that is given to a subscriber. May be the SIM you've tried, will have that feature. That's why its worked. Could you check to your local carrier ...
Well you can do this now with Microsoft "Files" app if your mobile is upgraded to WP 8.1.
If you can not find it in your cellphone, install it from Microsoft App Store. And make sure you are installing Files from Microsoft Corporation publisher. Here is the link to the app:
Download it on your computer and transfer it onto your phone into the ringtones folder.
Check out the official guide:
Also, there might be some that can download mp3s and set them as ringtones, have a look in the store.
There are several apps that are able to play avi or mkv files. I did a quick Google search on Windows Phone 8 mkv. Here are some examples:
MoliPlayer Pro (costs 2.99, good score after 78 reviews)
CCPlayer (free, 4/5 after 400 reviews)
It's up to you to install, I didn't try any of them. I just want to show that there are apps available for playing videos ...
AFAIK the best option would be Threema. This messaging tool is made by a swiss company supporting end-to-end encryption and no need for any personal data if you don't want. According to the company any data will be deleted from their servers as soon as a message was delivered. I haven't tried it myself yet but I heard some good things.
Your internet speed is limited by your WiFi Speed and distance you are from the WiFi source. If your ISP provider gives you slow speed, you can try to upgrade your bandwidth - there is nothing that Windows Phone or your WiFi can do anything here :)
This is a rather nuclear option, but presumably you could:
back up your phone (Settings > Backup > Apps+Settings, press Back up now)
install the update
downgrade with Windows Phone Recovery Tool
restore from your backup
You cannot download windows mobile apps from a PC.
The option to download the offline app setup for windows phone has been disabled by Microsoft ever since the merger of Windows phone store with the windows store.
Here is a article from techmesto.com whaich says,
Microsoft has recently merged the Windows Phone and Windows store. The
manual download ...
You didn't download it from right site. If you want Windows Phone Recovery Tool for your PC you can download it here. For mobile this app doesn't exist
EDIT: Try to find Garmin Express on your PC and uninstall it.
You can move majority of apps to SD card via Storage sense. However apps like whatsapp, Xbox music cannot be moved to SD card.
In order to move apps to SD card:
Open Storage sense
Go to Phone->Apps and Games
Select an app
Click move to SD card button.
Repeat these steps for all the apps you want to move.
I cant even upgrade to windows 10 from windows 8 ...
So I tried to download an app today and it worked. I don't know what exactly fixed it, so if anyone else runs into this problem do everything I listed in the OP. And make sure to wait a couple days, whatever fixed it took time.
The heart equivalent on the desktop is 4 stars. All "hearted" or "favourited" photos from your mobile phone are shown under the Windows Desktop OS photos with a 4 star rating.
Connect your phone to your laptop/desktop computer, and navigate under the pictures folder to reveal all the pictures. Then, right click on the titles ribbon of Windows Explorer (...