That actually depends on the type of display you have, and hence on the exact model of your phone.
AMOLED displays light up each pixel individually, with the amount of energy required per pixel depending on the brightness of the colour that the pixel is displaying. A fully white pixel will consume more energy than any other colour, and black pixels consume ...
It's pretty much a RAM usage issue. I once got that problem on my 520, which has 512 MB of RAM, just as your 630.
So, restart your phone, open WhatsApp, leave it for at least 30 seconds, let the messages be up to date, then start using. Using WhatsApp immediately after opening it causes it to crash sometimes.
No, you can't with that cable.
Most modern phones don't have a TV-out (or HDMI out). Instead they have wireless options like Airplay on the iPhone, which requires a device to Airplay to such as the Apple TV.
With Windows Phone 8.1, a feature called Project My Screen was introduced. Only newer devices support the wireless option, but it possible to mirror ...
You can download update while you are on WiFi only.
If you are on Mobile Network, it will just show "Downloading updates 0%", but actually it will wait for Wi-Fi network, as you switch over to a Wi-Fi network, you'll see it downloading.
Go to settings > wifi. On the bottom of the screen, you would see a button >Static IP. Click on the button, and you would be able to specify the IP address, the subnet mask, the gateway and the DNS.
I have been using the same behind my corporate proxy and DNS, which have DHCP turned off and require each connecting device to have a static IP.
I have Lumia 620 + Lumia 435.
I've experienced this problem with Lumia 620 (enough free memory storage space and download update via wifi), so I try perform a reset using the hardware keys and problem solved.
Information about reset using the hardware keys.
If after reset the updates still 0%, maybe you must recovery the device using the Windows Device ...
Error code: 801881d0 usually means:
There was a temporary issue with a server or your Internet connection during the update.
This might be at due to a fault at any point between your phone and the remote servers. It has been indicated in the past that there are fewer servers to handle the insider preview (compared to generally available/supported ...
It seems like the earphones you're trying to use are incompatible with your phone. This usually happens when your earphones are not originally from the device manufacturer (Microsoft, or Nokia). In the case of the sound going down by itself, it's because the earphones probably have a volume control function, due to the incompatibility, that is automatically ...
There are two solution for you,
Since the download is incomplete the file may be possibly be in Internet Explorer cache.
Open Internet Explorer.
Clear all browsing data.
This process involves accessing system files so proceed with care.
Unlock your Windows phone(normal screen unlock).
Connect your phone to a Linux OS.
You can ...
Check that whether Whatsapp stopped working after an update (you can check it in downloads history). If this is the case, then, the maximum chances are this version is not supported by your phone (happened with one of my friend).
I would suggest to wait for the new version and get it updated.
I had the same issue once. Turns out that there was a small button near the volume control on the headphones. Pressed that and no problems ever since.
I did not need to do this with any other phone/laptop.
Check if the phone was successful in its latest backups. Windows update will not perform the updates if it cannot perform a backup prior to installation.
Try performing (first soft and then hard) reset(s).
Ensure that you enough free memory storage space. The need for free space vary depending on update, including some requiring over 2 GB.
The answer to this question lies in the fact that Windows Phone Apps uses "isolated storage" to store anything on your device. So, if you have downloaded anything from any app be it UC Browser or Youtube Downloader, you can't access it other than from within that App. You can access the file downloaded through the "downloaded files" section in UC browser. ...
I'm assuming you are using Windows 10 mobile update right now, so for you to go back, you should use the Nokia Recovery Tool.
You can download the tool in your PC from here.
Connect your phone and it will revert the update.
Be aware that all your phone data will be erased, so make a backup first.
Reinstall Subway Surfers
Try to log in. If it doesn't work, continue to step 2.
Uninstall Subway Surfers
Restart the phone
Log in to Facebook
Install Subway Surfers
Log in to Subway Surfers using Facebook
If it still doesn't work, you can try resetting your phone (remember to back up before).
This feature seems to be not availiable on the Lumia 630 for some reason - I think it has something to do with the screen resolution but have not found a definitive answer to why it is not working.
AFAIK the only way to prevent this would be to, when you are adding a new contact, choose to save it to an account other than your MS account. (e.g. Your service provider may allow you to save contacts)
The Recently Played list will show songs, albums, artists, and playlists that no longer exist. If you try to play (from Recently Played) the song that you deleted, it will not be able to play it.
EDIT: The Music app has been updated to allow you to remove items from Recently Played.
Microsoft made APN settings a little harder to find in WP8.1 than they were before, but they are still there. Some carriers might be able to block you from accessing them, but in general these are the steps:
Open Settings, then cellular+SIM.
Scroll to the bottom of the page, and open SIM settings.
Toggle the "Manual Internet APN" option to on, if you need ...
Download one of these apps on your lumia 630
Lumia System Updater
Scroll through the list and find Access Point click on it and it will take you to the store , install the app if not installed already , if it says installed and if you cannot find it in the settings then im afraid your operator must have blocked it for some reason.
This is how I did it...
We will have to perform the hardreset for our Lumia 630, follow the steps at below:
Note before proceed:
This will erase all of your personal saved data and your phone will be restored to its factory settings. Make sure your battery level is strong enough more than 50% you can also check your remaining battery level by going to ...