Firstly, I would suggest you to try Ringtone Maker. It worked fine for me.
Now, if you are using any other file, just take care of these restrictions:
MP3 or WMA file,
not protected with Digital Rights Management (DRM),
less than 1 MB in size,
less than 40 seconds in length,
must have the genre "ringtone" set.
The file must be copied directly from a PC to ...
According to this you can't zoom through official camera app on Lumia 535.
Unfortunatelly Microsoft Lumia 535 and Lumia 535 Dual SIM phones don’t support zoom in/out when taking pictures with the default camera application.
Some of the 3rd party camera apps may support this functionality but the picture quality will suffer when zooming in as the device ...
Hard reset simply wipes user data and puts the phone back in the OOBE (Out-Of-Box Experience, i.e. initial setup) state. It will not affect the operating system or firmware versions. You will remain on your current build of W10M.
To reset all the way back to the factory OS version, you would need to re-flash the phone using something like the Windows Device ...
Well there's two parts to that answer:
First, there were some issues with the touchscreen on the Lumia 535 when it first came out, but it's since been fixed.
Second, the Lumia 535 does not have a high sensitive touchscreen like some of the higher end Lumia models meaning you can't use the phone using regular gloves. You shouldn't notice this during regular ...
This is a new feature in Windows 10 Mobile called one-handed mode. It's designed to help people using larger-screened phones reach the top of the display better (e.g. to open action centre). If you dislike this feature, simply don't tap-and-hold on the Windows key.
For more information about one-handed mode, see this article at Windows Central.
The Lumia 535 touchscreen problem is quite notable problem in Lumia smartphone line from Microsoft. Since I have this smartphone (Lumia 535 Dual SIM) I also acknowledge this problem.
Short answer is: you can't really do anything about it. I have tried to update the phone, and even install Windows 10 Mobile Preview for it, of course with no avail. This is ...
We identified a problem in some versions of Windows Phone 8.1 that could cause a phone to restart periodically. We've already made a fix that has resolved this problem for the majority of Windows Phones. However, some phones that have not connected to Microsoft servers still need the fix to be applied.
First, check to see if you have an update available. Go ...
You are still running 1511 version it seems. A lot of bugs has been fixed on Anniversary update i.e)version 1607.
Do the following:
Update Windows 10 Mobile to version 1607.
Install any pending updates for Office on Store.
If things didn't work after that, try uninstalling and re-installing the office apps.
If nothing works out perform a hard reset.
Currently there is now way to choose default apps for file types in windows 10. But in build 14393 it was fixed and now when you are to open a pdf file from File Explorer with Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your phone, you will see this screen where you can select the Adobe reader to open the pdf file.
Driving Mode automatically starts when your associated bluetooth device is connected to your device. As Microsoft states in this document
Once you set up a device, driving mode will automatically start
whenever your phone connects to the device
This is the bluetooth device you selected while configuring driving mode for the first time.
You can see the list of devices associated with your Microsoft account at the following link:
Find your phone in the list and click on "Show details". Then click on "Find my device", and from that screen you can make your phone ring loudly, as well as lock or erase it.
For more information, see this MS help page:
Is there a shield symbol on the battery icon? If so, the phone is running in battery saving mode. This will stop almost all background tasks and you will not get any notifications expect calls and text messages.
You can toggle this under Settings → Battery saver.
Copy the file on a PC, right click mp3 file select "properties" select details tab at top, set(add/edit) genre as "ringtone"
move file to phone storage under "ringtones" folder
In Settings/Personalization/Sounds/Ringtone the file name is now in the list of ringtones
Note: it does not appear under "custom" for me its just in the list
You can use this method as I am using with my Lumia 535 effectively. This also works well for file sizes greater than 1MB.
Go to store and download UC browser app.
Download any song with UC.
Go to UC download list and select the downloaded file.
Tap on "Set as ringtone" and that's it.
A possible option is to reset your phone. If you have important files that you want to keep, just put them on OneDrive which is pre-installed. So, when you did the reset, you can connect to OneDrive again and get your files back. After the reset, try to download an app on the Store. If it didn't work, you can also try to find a download of the app on the ...
Apparently it's not that easy on a windows phone, but there is a way.
Here is how you can do it,
Make a backup of your current main whatsapp, just in case something
goes wrong. (This version will remain in your phone memory)
Download the mod Whatsapp WPH. Download link can be found in this article.
Connect phone to pc and deploy mod Whatsapp WPH using ...
There could be multiple reasons.
Battery-Saver on? The battery-saver prevents apps to load/work in the background.
Notifications are only showed when locked. One thing to try (I can't comment to post since I am new): Lock your screen, let some notifications come in and see if there is something on the notification panel.
"Wrong" notification settings? ...