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It's pretty easy: On the top of opened message screen tap on contact name; Contact page will be opened; Tap on 'call mobile'


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The ability to group message with others relies on MMS rather than SMS. By using MMS, phones involved in the conversation are able to keep track not just of the original sender but also about everyone else involved. This is true for Windows Phone and I am quite sure for all other platforms as well. Like you mentioned in your question, when you have a group ...


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Sorry you cannot, Cause you had back-up on. It will also delete from cloud. There's no way to recover them back. Suggestion: Go to back-up and check your last back-up. If your last Back-up time Was showing before deleting text time, then you can. and also check text back-up too. Source: Windows phone


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I found this and this which explains how the as items arrive option works. Here is some information pieced together from these links. When you setup an Exchange ActiveSync account, the default synchronization mode may be Direct Push. With Direct Push, the device maintains an open connection so that information is delivered to the device as it becomes ...


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Your network operator might charge for MMS messages (where you insert a picture, video clip, etc.), but they shouldn't charge you for SMS messages that use Unicode characters (and EE don't), which can include the emotji from the built in keyboard (via the 😊 icon on the keyboard). Be careful to watch the character count, as this will force Unicode mode, ...


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WhatsApp have confirmed that this feature is "in the works" for Windows Phone, although no ETA has been given. WhatsApp Calling for your platform is still in the works. Unfortunately, we cannot comment on any future release timelines but we appreciate your interest in WhatsApp Calling. Source: WMPU Update: Calling functionality is now availably in the ...


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SMS (Short Message Service) doesn't support pictures or other similar content, only plain text. Perhaps you're referring to MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) instead? In order to send MMS messages, you need to do two things: Configure the MMS APN (Access Point Name) settings. You can do this manually in: Windows Phone 8: Settings → Mobile network + ...


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Room invitations are sent via text message, so your mobile operator may charge you for this service. Once everyone is in the room, you can chat and share using just a data connection. If you have a cellular data connection, how much you pay for the data you use is determined by the data plan you have, which is part of your service agreement with your mobile ...


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This fixed it for me: Tap Settings Tap access point You may see an access point for your carrier like "AT&T" listed as "active". This is the one that is not working with MMS. Tap the + icon at bottom to add a new fake access point. In the "Name" section, under "Connection name", enter any name like "fake". In the "Internet APN" section, under "Access ...


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You should check the following: • Internet connection is steady on both devices • Cortana is active and the settings for message notifications are correct on both devices. (You can check them here: Cortana>Notebook>Settings>Sync messages) • You're using the same Microsoft account on both devices. (Settings>Your email and accounts>Email) Hope this helps! ...


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You will appear as logged in on Facebook Chat, depending on your and their client there might or might not be an icon of a phone at the end for your friends to see: Thus, some people might see you as just being online while others might see that you are using a mobile device (which doesn't scream I'm here like the Green Bullet does). You can't suppose every ...


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It would be difficult to say for sure, as it is a closed source system, but I would imagine it uses the Microsoft Push Notifications service, in the same way that an application can for updating live tiles; in this manner there is no need to poll, which can obviously save bandwidth requirements.


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Problem is with Microsoft Live(Messaging service). The connection to facebook will persist only ping/pong between facebook and client(Live) taking place. Messaging's background is not much effective, that why you can't get all the messages.


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Facebook Messenger is out in the Windows Phone Store. Install Facebook Messenger Disable the built-in Facebook chat. Disable Messages Notifications in the Facebook app.


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You will have to use a workaround to do this: instead of trying to saving the video itself, forward the message containing the video to your email. Then download it on your computer and sync it back to your phone (through OneDrive, the Windows Phone app, or File Explorer). You are not alone in wanting this feature. There are 3 posts that have been created ...


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With the latest update of WhatsApp, you can store and send audio files. Go to, SD card> picture > WhatsApp There you will find that audio file.


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The date and time show on sent messages is per your phone's clock, but the received, are per the network's time. If you find the messages show out of order, ensure that the time on you phone is as accurate as possible.


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I have faced the same issue. Follow these steps to solve this problem and use online backup again Go to Onedrive website Log into your MS account and go to Options. Click on Device Backups. Delete the backups associated with the device you are using.(This will delete backup) In your phone, Disconnect the internet, delete all your messages and take a backup ...


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You can turn it on by going to the Messaging app, tapping on the three dots in the bottom right corner, then going to Settings > turn on group messaging. There's also more information on messaging here.


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Workaround: move Viber to SD card backup Viber folder restore database from Viber folder (LocalState\DB\viber.db)


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According to a few sources on Microsoft Answers, there is currently no app on the marketplace to do this nor 'built in' support for this on Windows Phone 7.8. Sources: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/winphone/forum/wp7-wppeople/windows-7-phone-how-to-save-text-messages/05eff4fa-1645-e011-90b6-1cc1de79d2e2 http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/winphone/...


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In your email account settings you can choose for how long you want to keep your mails on your device. Change that to a lower value to get back some space. When you delete your mails make sure you also clear the deleted mails folder. Also, a single mail might be too small to be noticed by storage sense.


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There are apps which can export your messages, either directly from the phone or from its cloud backups, into useful formats. contacts+message backup - First-party app from Microsoft that runs on your phone and backs up your messages to a file on your Documents folder or SD card. The file is only really intended for restoring on another phone but it's a ...


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Still I didn't get the reason, but last week I reverted the OS for cyan update and took developer preview update. Can't find the issue in this build.


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You tap the message you want to save so it turns blue, tap share, email it to yourself and store it wherever you want...simples.


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Use web.whatsapp.com, scroll up to your voice message play it and grab it using any tool.


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There is a pretty good app out there that allows you to add tiles to the lock screen. This would be the best way (from what I have seen) to allow to you make better use of the real estate on the lock screen. The app is called Lockmix.


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The only way of receiving more than one message is to find an app the shows multiple items. Although technically, you'd still only be displaying one item, but one things that shows many.


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I would think Skype or Facebook messaging would be your best bet in terms of supported platforms, including Windows Phone.


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