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 ...
If you have the app installed on your phone, just find it in the app list, long-press on it and select "share", then choose how you want to share it (email, SMS, Facebook, OneNote and so on).
If you don't have the app installed, open Store and find it there. If it's a free app, then tap the "share" button at the bottom. If it's a paid app, then expand the ...
There is no official dedicated Facebook Messenger app for Windows Phone 7.x; They chose to only support 8.0 (and later). There is an official Facebook app though, which does work on Windows Phone 7.5 and later.
If I remember correctly, you can also still use Facebook chat via the built in Facebook integration via your "Me" tile (also in the address book), ...
WhatsApp has been temporarily pulled from the Store (starting the evening of May 17, 2014). A new, improved version has been published on the store on the 31st of May.
I've read that WhatsApp is still available for WP 7.x devices, but can't confirm this myself.
This is not the first time WhatsApp has been temporarily pulled from the store.
With this set, the store will check for apps "periodically", and download and install updates without requiring user intervention.
For me, this I notice this typically just as I pick my phone up first thing in the morning, and the phone signs on to mw WiFi network, as I'll get an entry in the notification centre saying "x apps updated". It might check more ...
There is a petition for Snapchat which has over 57k signatures. So there's a pressure. Other than that it's impossible to answer your question due to the fact that both companies haven't made an official announcement regarding the matter. Let's hope soon.
Yeh, It is possible with the new Windows Phone 8.1 update. For that, copy the .xap files using Bluetooth or USB to your phone from the PC. Then open Store on the Phone, tap the app bar at the bottom (...), select the "install local apps" option and install the apps shown in the list that you actually stored somewhere on the phone. This is working on my Nokia ...
It's only possible to install apps on a Windows Phone via...
The Store app on the phone
Install apps from the SD card (not an option on the Lumia 920, for example)
Deploying apps with the Application Deployment tool (Only works with XAPs build with Visual Studio, not with XAPs from the Windows Phone Store)
And thanks to a comment from Max Vernon, we know ...
Microsoft explains very specifically what each capability allows a developer to do.
ID_CAP_APPOINTMENTS Provides access to appointment data.
ID_CAP_CONTACTS Provides access to contacts data.
ID_CAP_GAMERSERVICES Provides access to Xbox LIVE services. This capability must be disclosed because an app could share data with Xbox.
The error code 805a8011 occurs due to the following reasons
Microsoft account sync problem
Lack of sufficient space in your Windows phone
Incorrect date and time set in your phone
Problem with your Microsoft Live Account
Fixing the error
There are six solutions to fix this error. They are
Solution 1: Set correct date and time
Go to ...
Yes, all the apps you have purchased can be downloaded for free after a hard reset as long as you still sign in with the same Microsoft Account.
As for in-app purchases, this depends on the kind of IAP and how the developer has implemented it. If it's a single purchase (like removing ads) you should be able to just re-buy it for free.
If it's a consumable (...
An app may not be available for several resaons.
Minimum requirements - Some apps which require API's released in Redstone or Aniversity update will showup in store and cannot be installed on Threshold(General build at the time of question).
Missing additional hardware - For example, the app in your screenshot requires bluetooth 4.0.
Region restriction - ...
If an app on Windows Phone 8.1 requires an update which requires new permissions (eg. access to contacts), that app will not be updated automatically.
The user will have to open the Windows Store app, and manually start the update process, which will inform them of the new permissions required to use that app.
The Google Play store on Android operates in ...
Packages are first downloaded, and then unpacked/installed, and it is that download size that is shown in the store. Because it has to download it and then install, you typically need at least twice the size of the package free to install it (although the size of the download package would be freed after installation)
Change the region of your phone to the region you used when you downloaded the app. When the regions are the same you'll be able to review the app.
This error occurs when the app you are trying to review is not available in the region your phone is set to.
This is probably what you did:
You found an app available in another region
As far as I know, both of those games require 1 GB of RAM(1), and the Lumia 520 only has 512 MB. So that's the reason you're not able to find them in the Store. This should be standard behaviour - apps that aren't compatible with your phone for whatever reason don't show up in searches.
You can always search for the app at WindowsPhone.com, or open the ...
If you log into the store website with the account of your daughter's phone, you will only see apps that are available to it. If the account has both phones on it, you can toggle which phone you want to search with.
Changing your phone's country settings should work:
The location of Store is based on your phone's Country/Regional
settings. To change the location:
Go to Settings > Language+region and then select Country/Region.
Tap Restart phone button.
The new Store settings will become effective after the phone has been rebooted.
Assuming you mean the Windows Phone Store (which, at least for now, is separate from the Windows Store), the answer is yes, it is possible. Just go to http://www.windowsphone.com/store and log in with the same Microsoft account that you use on your phone. Then, find the app you wish to install and click the big "Install" button (or "Buy"/"Try" if it's a paid ...
There are many reasons:
The developer of this app does not allow to install (or access) to SD Card.
Your SD card has error, try to reset it and install the app again.
If this app is developed by you and you deploy it from Visual Studio, I think that there is a problem about unlock your device.
I hope my answer can help you !
I think the best option would be to buy him a Microsoft Store Gift Card (you can get those anywhere between $10 and $100 for example at amazon) that he can redeem on his account. Then there's no need to link your credit card to his account.
You can create an application in Windows Intune pointing to the actual app in the store, and deploy that to your devices:
In the Configuration Manager console, click Software Library.
In the Software Library workspace, expand Application Management, and then click Applications.
In the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Application.
On the General ...
Currently there is no "Favorites" feature in the Windows Store. I probably would use the "Share" button so save the app link to a OneNote page or a similar app.
You can also add large apps to the download queue where they should wait for Wifi connection before downloading - not sure what the current threshold in W10M is though.
You should definitely add ...
I believe that is the default store behaviour. It creates an app version according to the current date and certain other parameters. But if you install the app and see the appversion then it would be same as the one you have mentioned.
The error 800704CF generally occurs when the server is not in sync with your device. This can occur due to improper network connectivity or improper date and time.
Some common solutions are :
Set correct date and time manually
Try connecting via WI-Fi
Set install location of apps to Phone storage
Remove your SIM card and re-insert it.
The most common ...