From the Windows Phone site:
Resetting your Windows Phone will return it to the same state it was
in the first time you turned it on. All your personal content will be
erased, and the phone will be restored to its factory settings.
If you decide to reset your phone, you can back up apps, text messages,
photos and more to your Microsoft account ...
Mine has had the same thing since very soon after I got it, and it's at the same angle. I think it's by design. It's weird-looking, I'll grant you that; if it's a lens cover thing, I'd expect it to be in the middle, not off-center like that.
I found a few close-up pictures with the lens cover closed, and I think it's definitely just the way it's designed:
This is what you can try:
Remove and reinstall the Nokia Camera app
Check if you have enough free space (like Nisha said)
Do a soft reset
If that doesn't work, try a hard reset
if that doesn't work and you don't necessarily need the Preview, use the Nokia Software Recovery Tool to revert to the latest stable version
You need to specify in your camera settings to capture a 5MP + 38MP image, as @Thomas says, by going into your camera app, and setting the "Camera Mode" option to JPEG (5MP) + DNG (34MP). This takes two images: a 5MP version that is shown to you on the phone, and is what is uploaded to Onedrive if you have that option enabled, and a 38MP version that is ...
contacts+messages backup app can be used to store the messages for transferring to other Windows phones.
This app will be located in Settings. Hence go to Settings->Contacts + messages backup.
Now select backup option.
Select SMS, MMS or Contacts and click backup.
You can restore the backup from an another phone.
Note : The app will recover backups ...
The OneDrive app supports a personal OneDrive (tied to the primary account used when setting the phone up) and also you can connect to a "OneDrive for Business" account - simply tap the three horizontal lines near the top left of the app, and then tap on Add OneDrive for Business and sign in with the identity you connect to your work OneDrive.
Have you tried to use Windows Device Recovery Tools?
I have the same problem before. I tried to use Windows Phone Recovery Tools to rollback to WP8.1 Denim and re-upgrade it to Windows 10 Mobile. It works like charm :D
Microsoft's app Transfer my Data helps you to backup you data to SD card and later import from the backup on an another phone.
This application will restore your messages correctly in Dual SIM phones (some apps restore all messages in SIM1).
This application will also restore your contacts will their contact pics.
To create a backup ...
If you use a 3rd party browser such as Surfy, Opera Mini, UC browser, etc... you can access the site without redirection to Store.
What Thomas said,
There is no way to disable the store redirection in the browser.
is true when one is using Internet Explorer/Edge.
This also hold good for some other redirections. For example you can access Bing website ...
While the existing answers are on the right track, neither is entirely correct. The plastic cover you're looking at is the shutter - a device that controls the duration for which light is allowed to hit the sensor. The Lumia 1020, like several of its venerable predecessors, has a mechanical shutter (specifically, I believe, a simple leaf shutter), where one ...
You may have set your touch sensitivity to "High".
For some reason, this actually seems to make the phone less responsive to tap-to-wake.
Try setting it to "Normal":
SETTINGS SYSTEM DISPLAY+TOUCH TOUCH TOUCH SENSITIVITY
Other than that, keep in mind that the two taps must be:
In the same location. Within a ½" or so.
Short in duration. Neither ...
After upgrading to Windows Phone 8.1 I noticed the storage usage had moved to "Other" from photos. Turns out the Mac app for windows can't display or delete DNG files even though it can import them. The phone also doesn't show DNG files in the camera roll if the associated JPG files have been removed.
Plugging the phone into a Windows 8 machine, and ...
Well your backup should include things like your Homescreen layout, accent color and also some of your app data, if you have backup to the cloud enabled. However, this depends on how whether the developer intended for the data to be backuped. My email accounts were restored as well, I just had to enter my passwords, as are my Wifi connections.
The facebook ...
You can customise which quick actions appear in the action centre.
Simply go to Settings → notifications+actions, tap on any of the quick actions there and choose a new one. Mobile data on/off is available since Windows Phone version 8.10.14219.341.
For more information, see the Notifications and quick actions how-to at WindowsPhone.com.
The fast answer is; you can't.
But in order to delete all a bit faster, use the manage button to see a bin pictograph left to every alarm, that way you can just spam at the top left corner of the screen to remove all the alarms.
The Lumia 1020 was released with Windows Phone 8.0, which did not support USB OTG. Additionally, there is no supported build of Windows 10 Mobile for the Lumia 1020.
Windows 10 Mobile was the first version to apparently support USB OTG, although it is currently difficult to determine which devices support it.
Here is some data about the LTE bands used by major Indian telecom operators
Reliance Jio support LTE Bands 3,5 and 40.
Airtel India offers LTE on Bands 1,3,8 and 40.
No offcial information on Vodofone but this website here claims Vodofone provides 4G services at 1800MHz(Band 3).
I could not find any info on other operators such as Aircel.
Based on these ...
There are multiple methods, I would like you to check each of these once:
Firstly, are the songs in the memory card or phone memory? If they are in the memory card, go to the memory_card_drive/Music. You might find it there.
Secondly, If you're not able to locate in the music folder of memory card or phone memory, try other folders. You might have saved it ...
You can install an app called 'Cellular Data'. Pins to the start screen and displays the status of the cellular connection (on/off):
You should try the built-in Quiet hours feature. It can work only with Cortana as it is a part of Cortana.
When quiet hours is on, any phone calls you receive will go straight to voicemail, and all notifications will be silent (unless you've told Cortana you'd like to hear from the people in your inner circle).
To turn on quiet hours during night ...
Go to Calendar → Settings and uncheck the calendar that you don't want to show.
This is because some of your FB friends use Hotmail accounts for their FB, so you can unckeck the Birthday Calendar under the Hotmail selection.
For more info click here.
Have a look at Woopiti. It is an application for multiple cloud storages such as Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive (and some other cloud storages too). You should be able to register both OneDrive accounts within this app.
If you cannot do this, use one OneDrive client per OneDrive account, just like the official OneDrive app and Woopiti, for example.