No, photos are uploaded to OneDrive at a reduced resolution. In my case, photos seem to be all in 539x719. To get the full resolution photos, sync your phone with Zune and they should appear in your Pictures library.
From the WindowsPhone How-to:
Pictures are uploaded to SkyDrive and other social networks at low resolution. To back up your pictures at ...
Office Lens applies additional corrections to the photos it takes. Mainly it tries to recognise the subject (e.g. a document) and crop the image to it. This means you'll end up with a neatly trimmed and aligned image even if you took the photo at an angle. You can see a real-time preview of exactly what the resulting image is going to include on your phone ...
No you can't. The idea behind OneNote is to sync all the data from one device to another. You can choose to turn off your data plan/wifi when OneNote is opened to stop syncing or you can instead use Microsoft Office app to save your notes, they don't get automatically synced.
If you upload the photos from the Pictures hub, they are downsized so they don't eat your mobile connection. The only way to upload the full-resolution photos is doing it manually from the official OneDrive app.
How to remove a picture at OneDrive
Download the OneDrive app
Sign in to the OneDrive app using the same credentials as you use on your phone
Find the picture in the OneDrive app and delete it
The image will probably end up in the Trash at your OneDrive so you will have to remove it from there to if you really want it gone.
You can't do this from the phone itself, but you can revoke access to your MS account online. To do so, log in at https://account.microsoft.com and select "Privacy" from the menu. Scroll down, and under "Apps and services" click on "Apps and services that can access your data". Alternatively, use this direct link. There you'll see a list of all apps and ...
They will have the privacy setting of the OneDrive folder where they are stored there.
Windows Phone creates a folder called "SkyDrive camera roll" "Camera Roll" in OneDrive where automaticaly uploaded photos go.
Depends the language you choose this folder can has another name.
By default the folder is not shared and OneDrive will warn you if you attempt ...
No, there is no way to view your Text Messages (SMS) online.
Windows Phone 8 does backup your text messages (SMS and MMS), if the feature is enabled, but the backup is now viewable - it's safely stored somewhere in the cloud.
If you transfer to a new WP8 device, that information can be restored to the new handset.
OneNote should create the default Personal notebook on Onedrive. It creates the notebook in the Documents folder on Onedrive. Can you see that folder via the browser?
Unfortunately the OneNote app on Windows Phone doesn't allow you to move sections or notebooks around like you can on the Desktop client/Windows 8 app.
If you don't have Windows 8 or a ...
Now this has been confirmed on WPCentral article:
(On WP8.1) enabling the ‘Best Quality’ option under ‘backup to OneDrive’, the high resolution images are rightly saved to your OneDrive Camera roll.
According to some comments on Uservoice.com it has been addressed in Windows Phone 8.1. Hi resolution photos are reportedly syncyng out of the box ...
This feature is now available (as of March 2015). Any music files in supported formats (MP3, M4A and WMA) you add to your OneDrive Music folder can be streamed through Xbox Music on your phone, PC, Xbox or the web player.
For more information see Blogging Windows and Windows Central.
There are 2 things you need to verify before you delete the photos:
Check settings -> Photos + Camera -> Auto Upload -> Onedrive and verify if you are uploading best quality photos. If yes, you are good move on to next step. If no, then you just have to take a backup of the photos and replace them in Onedrive via Web/PC.
On your phone, goto Photos app and ...
We can know that by going into file information of that image, under it, there would be details like file-name,date,size, etc. and also source destination of file.
You simply cant distinguish by looking at it.
PS: Latest threshold build is 10586.338 with bug fixes, i suggest you to upgrade.
Backed up SMSes are displayed in Outlook.com categories, so:
Go to http://outlook.com
Click the cog -> Options -> Manage categories
Tick/check "Show in folder pane" and "Filter" for "Unread" and "Contacts", for example.
Go back to your inbox and click on the categories mentioned above to see relevant SMSes.
After update 356 of whatsapp, the pictures get saved to Other Pictures folder in Photos. I was wondering why the pictures weren't automatically getting saved to the Whatsapp folder like my old files. On closer inspection, they were just being saved to a different folder. I do not know how to change this setting. But at least there is a backup.
Unfortunately, no, it's not possible to see which images have been uploaded to OneDrive and which haven't on Windows Phone.
There is no sync feature or way to 'catch up' if some images haven't been uploaded due to errors, lack of space on OneDrive , etc. The same is also true if you turn off the auto-upload feature, then turn it back on at later date - it ...
You need to install an app to handle it for each type of file that you want to be able to use. That app also has to handle the saving of them.
An app can handle many types of files, or just one. But the browser cannot inherently save any arbitrary file to a global storage area.
If you don't want to have it on OneDrive you will need to upload it with a Twitter app which will then use TwitPic or something else. The file needs to be somewhere (on the web) if you want to show it. The default way for Windows Phone is to send it to your OneDrive account.
Edited: Original answer replaced after further clarification of question.
Windows Phone OS itself will only play certain types of video (as Zain states above)
One thing I can add is that you can take your existing videos and re-save them as a .mp4 or .wmv using Windows Live Movie Maker (free). This will save them in a format playable by the phone....
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 ...
The typical back up options are either through OneDrive or by syncing your phone with your PC. In the absence of these, those photos are gone forever.
BTW, in case you are wondering about whether you can use file recovery software to get the photos back: unfortunately, not.
When a smartphone is connected to Windows, the device is not treated as a regular ...
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.
Office on Windows Phone will be automatically connected to the OneDrive that belongs to your primary Microsft Account (the same one you use for store downloads).
To change where a document should be saved simply create a new document -> then open the app bar at the bottom -> select "save to..." and choose phone or OneDrive. If you choose to store the file ...
When you put in 4 times the wrong pin you have to reconnect to the app using your Microsoft Account & password. Then the app will ask you if you want to use a pin or not. If you still want to use one just type in a new one (twice) and confirm.