As far as I know WP isn't supporting manual IP configuration, so there's no way looking for your so called 'local address'. If you're connected to a network via wifi your phone gets assigned an temporary IP (through DHCP).
To see the network-specific assigned IP address (under WP8), go to the "Wi-Fi" settings on your phone, hold down your finger on the ...
Those symbols indicate which cellular network standard your mobile data connection is currently using, which in turn determines your maximum connection speed.
H stands for HSPA, or High Speed Packet Access, with a maximum theoretical speed of 14 Mb/s, or 42 Mb/s with HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access).
H+ stands for HSPA+, or Evolved HSPA, with a ...
I didn't know if this question is still active..
There is two options to find the local address on your windows phone..
If you use a wireless connection, which the wireless router are set to the DHCP that you will get an automatic IP assigned by a wireless router. Here's the way to view your local IP :
Open your settings
Tap to Wifi
Tap and Hold your AP ...
In principle, yes. The Lumia 640 supports 802.11n WiFi, which is generally faster than 3G.
In practice, the speeds you get will depend on 4G coverage in your area and your cellular plan, as well as the distance and presence of obstacles between your phone and the router, interfering signals from other WiFi networks, and several other factors.
The WiFi LAN Game is for when you are both connected to the same WiFi network. If you're not connected to the same network, this option won't work for you - there may be an alternate game that allows playing across the Internet, but this particular game doesn't appear to support that.
I don't think that this is an option, if you tap and hold on the wireless network you are connected to and choose "edit" all the text fields are grayed out. I am unable to do anything except add a proxy server. Though, if there is no DHCP I expect these to be editable. Too bad there does no appear to be a manual override.
According to this post on xdadevelopers it is possible to achieve. You need to install a Vietnam's firmware and enter the code ##3282# in the dial screen. Note that it refer to the preview for developers program, which are used to get very stable versions of the upcoming OS update. If you want, try it by your own risk.
I found the Nokia Software Updater for Retail (Version 4.3.2) to be a good alternative in case the Windows Device Recovery Tool does not work as intended (obviously for Nokia phones only).
You can download the tool here, the restore process is fairly straightforward.
As for your specific issue, it seems this is a problem on Microsofts side as you have ...
Unfortunately, Windows Phone 8.1 does not support Windows file sharing. The "Workstation" and "Server" services, which enable this functionality, are not present. Therefore, it will not show up over the network in Explorer on a PC. You can install apps (such as Metro File Manager) that support acting as a Windows Networking client in place of the Workstation ...
You say that you are using "the latest windows preview" and your title says "10.0.10586.36".
As of 5th February 2016, the latest is 10586.71 (Slow Ring), as announced in the Windows Experience Blog.
First, if you have still sometimes access to the network, check for updates.
If you are in Slow Ring, you could also try the Fast Ring.
It is also possible ...
Fist you must install an another browser(like UC browser, Opera Mini-beta, etc..)
Then go to windows mobile storeby using your new browser.(Don't use Internet Explorer. It will automatically connect you to your store app)
search your app
In search result choose your app that you want to download
Then they provides you app details like in store (...
This is currently not possible, as the selecting the option 3G will only limit the maximum speed. Unfortunately you can't say "at least 3G or not at all" at the moment.
You should consider requesting this feature on http://windowsphone.uservoice.com
I had a sim lock after an update to 8.0.10532.166 with my Nokia Lumia 620. I could not shut the phone down nor unlock it. After 15 minutes I deceided to take out the battery. After that the phone worked fine again.
Looks like your device is pin locked by your SIM and you want to disable it.
On StartStart icon, tap Phone Phone tile > More (...) icon > Settings.
Turn off SIM Toggle switch.
It will stops to ask for your SIM pin.
The same Microsoft article you linked to lists a number of third-party SSL VPN plug-ins for Windows Phone. The list is near the beginning, in the "VPN tunneling protocols" section:
On Windows Phone 8.1, SSL-VPN methods are only supported via “proprietary” vendor plug-ins. These plug-ins need to be installed on the phone in order to connect to third-party ...