If the app is saving the video in its own isolated storage, then you can not access it. However, there I'd a chance that it saves the files in the shared storage area. Connect your phone to a computer with a USB cable and navigate to the video folder on the phone. If you can't find the video, they probably save the videos in the inaccessible isolated storage ...
Here is how you can download multiple photos at once:
On your phone open IE, go to https://onedrive.live.com and log in to your OneDrive account.
At the bottom click the "PC site" link to get the full desktop version.
Open the folder that contains the photos you want to download.
Then go to "Folder options" and select "Download folder".
Now the file will ...
Something is very wrong with your phone. The the following (stop when your phone works):
Reboot your phone
Reset your phone from the settings app
Use the Nokia Recovery Tool (or wherever its name is) and reset your phones software.
As you mention, Nokia has a website which lists the status of the Amber update on all of its Windows Phone 8 devices.
Even if the update status for your device is 'Available', not everyone gets the update at once. So, you have a few options...
Wait a couple more weeks by which time the update should appear.
Find your local Nokia Service Center (Care Point) ...
With the latest update to the OneDrive app (version 4.2), you can now download multiple files from OneDrive to your phone. To do so, follow these steps:
Open the OneDrive app
Navigate to the folder where the files you want to download are located
Tap the "select" icon in the app bar
Tap on each of the files you want to download to mark them
Tap the "...
In that hack you simulate that your phone is a Lumia 950, does it have glance screen? I'm not sure, but have you tried this?
In order to enable glance screen in Lumia 650 / 950, follow these steps.
You can see the following options in the glance screen settings.
Mode: Here, you can set the time after the phone is locked when the glance screen appears ...
Sounds like a firewall issue rather than the application itself. Try disabling your antivirus/firewall and try again to see what happens.
If you are using proxy to connect internet please disable that, refer to the steps below to disable proxy:
Press “Windows Key” + “R”.
Go to Connection.
Click on LAN Settings.
Check the ...
Follow these steps to resolve this airplane mode issue:
Download the Windows Device Recovery Tool
Once installed, Open the tool
When it notifies, connect your phone
It checks for the latest update for your phone.
Click install (or reinstall if there is no update). The update gets downloaded into your PC then it will be installed
The update will be around 1....
As Nisha pointed out this seems to be normal. In fact, my settings seem to have 4,4GB (Lumia 930). It's weird though, the app also only shows a few of the installed apps. Not sure what criteria they match...
The short answer is: you'll have to wait a bit longer.
Even if you bought a phone in India, the phone may not report itself as an "Indian" Lumia 620. There are many different versions of the software for each part of the world.
For example, I live in Ireland but the Lumia devices I own run German, UK and U.S. software versions. That means the release ...
The drivers should just self install - it may be that they've become corrupted on your PC. One thing you can do, whilst the phone is connected, is to go into (from memory, as I don't have a Windows 7 PC to hand) Control Panel -> Device Manager - If you have any with a yellow warning triangle, right click and choose "Uninstall" - if you don't have any with a ...
It is a rude way to solve it, but you can try to move the app to a micro SD, extract the card, and plug it in a PC. Then you can navigate under the WPSystem folder. Usually the camera apps preserve the video extension (probably.mp4), so you must be able to find that file easily.
You should sync OneDrive on your computer and transfer them to your phone. Its only a one time task, so I would suggest you go about this way and regularly sync OneDrive the computer so that you always have offline content on it.
If you have Windows Phone 8.1 installed on your phone, you can check what's going on by using the Battery Saver App.
It shows you which App are draining the most the battery and from the settings tab you can check the estimate battery life remaining, not only in percentage but also in time.
As other people in the comments have pointed out please note that ...
I use Verizon, which I'm guessing you do too, as I'm pretty sure it's a Verizon specific feature. Search the app store - there's a Verizon "Voicemail" app. If it's not installed, install it. If it is installed, then problem solved.
Uninstalled application do consume memory(sometimes). Some uninstalled application data are stored in the folder
SDcard/Phone -> WPSystem -> Apps -> WindowsApps -> Deleted
These contents are shown in Storage sense under other category. The system should automatically free the contents after a specific period of time. You can also delete it manually(not ...