Turns out, there is actually a way to do this. I have tested it on my Windows Phone 7 and I am pretty sure that this will work for Windows Phone 8 as well.
Follow these steps:
Go to Settings
Go to Keyboard
Click on Typing settings
On the top, you will see something like Keyboard English tap to change. Click it
Deselect Insert a space after selecting a ...
If you are running out of battery where you cannot finish the day without the phone dying, having a replacement battery you can swap out will not damage the phone at all as long as you purchase a suitable replacement. In fact, this has been a common practice amongst business users and a complaint about many high end phones which tend to not have replaceable ...
Click on the very edge of a particular message. This, selects that message and brings up the checklist for other messages as well.
This is the same way as we are used to selecting the messages and mails in their respective applications.
I don't own a Lumia 820 but this calculation shown be a good guide for how much time you can record.
According to the Lumia 820 specs on the Nokia website, the main camera records at 1080p with a frame rate of 30 fps. I assume these are the "standard settings" that you refer to.
Assumptions: compression ratio for the video recorded is 60:1
You need to set your APN settings manually.
Go to Settings
Tap SIM settings
Press add MMS APN
Fill in the details
WAP gateway (URL): wireless.cingular.com
WAP gateway port: 80
MMSC (URL): http://mmsc.cingular.com
MMSC port: 80
IP type: IPv4
Unfortunately, it's not possible to see the call start time for calls made more than one week ago, nor the duration of the calls made, like explained here.
Let's hope that Windows Phone will soon offer this kind of (basic!) functions...
All the rooting methods for WP (and W10M) either require a custom ROM (definitely needs USB) or require installing "homebrew" apps that are not allowed in the store, and therefore must be "sideloaded".
Unfortunately, it's probably not possible to sideload apps on stock WP8.1. First, your phone would need to be "developer unlocked" to allow sideloading at ...
The first thing to check would be if your phone manufacturer even claims to have included aptX support.
I'm not seeing anything about it on GSM Arena, though they do mention it for other phones that have it: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_lumia_820-4968.php
And on the aptX website the only Lumia listed is the 630: https://www.aptx.com/products?...
There's no ROM specifically for the 820, no. However, there is a known process for unlocking the bootloader on the first-gen Lumia WP8 devices, which lets you install a customized ROM; you can use this to install one that lets you change the device identification such that it tells Microsoft it is eligible for W10M (or, in theory, you could make a W10M ROM ...
No, there is no ways to get those apps back.
As you've re-installed OS, you need to download those apps from store.
Solution of photos being deleted :
your files other than app data are safe, but you can Remove SD Card and then delete those apps(in case if you don't want any risk).
I know this problem. Maybe it will multiply again. The solution is very simple. First you back up all the songs. Then you should clear the thumbnail cache of Music. This will be hidden in Music folder of Phone memory. After you did this you can use Windows Phone's desktop app to sync the music. If you want to copy via Explorer you should rearrange your music ...
The Windows Insider Program is for testing out new version of Windows both for PC's and Phone's. It's for serious Windows Phone aficionados and tech experts to test out the new software.
If you think S/MIME has something to do with trying to escape an
invisible box,you might want to stick with Windows Phone 8.1 for now.
The above quote taken from the ...
I am having this issue, (not getting notifications, and not getting them at all) but when I turned off my WIFI on my LUMIA 520, then all the sudden the notifications started working again. I turned WIFI back on (and am connected to my home signal) and the notifications stopped working.
If you didn't back up your photos in any way (through Zune or OneDrive for example) there is not really a way to recover those without opening up the device, getting the memory chip, rendering your warranty void and propably damaging the phone. Sorry.
You can download the user guide as a PDF. On page 7 of the linked guide you can see how to change the SIM card. Nokia suggests prying open the shell by putting your thumbnail in the seam between the screen frame and the
back cover, then bending the cover until it opens. A blunt knife might be helpful if you have troubles prying it open with your fingers.
If The above steps didn't Fix the problem you can try out the below steps:
Corrupt/buggy backedup mms text message in my saved text messaging account.
I will now provide the instructions to fixing the MMS problem:
NOTE: This worked for me because for my 920 I had text message back up on and if yours is off, then it might be because of something else.
Similar problem has been occurred in Lumia 920.
Try this.. It might help you.. !!
Tap access point
You may see an access point for your carrier like "AT&T" listed as "active".
This is the one that is not working with MMS.
Tap the + icon at bottom to add a new fake access point.
In the "Name" section, under "Connection name", enter ...