If the sound plays while the phone is unlocked, but not when locked, notifications might be disabled on the lock screen. To change this:
Go to Settings → System → Notifications & actions
Enable the option labelled "Show notifications on the lock screen"
Note that this will do exactly what the text suggests - in addition to the sound being ...
If a tile gets unpinned from the start screen, that doesn't mean its uninstalled from the phone.. It's simply removed from the start menu of the phone.
Follow the following steps to get it back to the start screen:
Unlock your phone, and whilst on the start screen, swipe from the right of the screen to the left.
Click on the search field and type in ...
This is called Glance Screen Feature and it is supported on newer devices like your 650. I am astonished that you hate this feature and I miss this feature so much on my Lumia 535.
Glance Screen is a unique Windows phone feature that use to display a summarized information from notifications. All the information displayed by Glance Screen can be easily ...
Settings --> Personalization --> Glance Screen --> Turn off "Show Glance Screen when the display is turned off."
There are also some other settings if you only want to have it in certain day/night times, a different color etc.
Disclaimer: I am using Windows 10 Mobile on the current fast ring and my language is set to German so the exact menu names might ...
You're right, the notification settings seem rather limited for dual sim phones:
You can't set different notification sounds / ringtones for each SIM card. :-(
You can (de-)activate notifications for each mail account separately, but you can't choose different sounds. This has nothing to do with SIMs, though.
You should be able to set sounds for your other ...
It is not possible for app developers to change or lock global rotation of the phone, so you won't find any apps that are doing this in the store.
You might be able to do this with a homebrew-app, but you'll need an interop unlock on your phone to do this. I would recommend the xda-developers forums for further inquiries.
Although the core parts of Windows 10 ("Win10") and Windows 10 Mobile ("W10M") are mostly the same, the parts that interact with user programs are very different. Win10 includes a lot of legacy functionality to run existing Windows apps (such as Avast, or Firefox, or Counterstrike). W10M doesn't include any of that. Additionally, W10M ...
Try a complete soft or a hard reset of the phone (that mostly helps here on my side, and these problems normally occur after an update like the Creators Update), but be sure to backup your files etc. before!