During 2013 the behaviour of Google accounts using ActiveSync/Exchange has changed - some shared and additional calendars disappear.
The GDR2/Amber update for Windows Phone 8 adds support for CardDAV and CalDAV which should fix this issue. To verify it's working...
Go to Settings > Email+Accounts
Tap on your Google account to see its settings
For Windows Phone 8, you can no longer use Zune to sync to your PC.
With Windows 8, they've instead provided the Windows Phone app or the Windows Phone 8 app for desktop.
Either one will sync music, photos, videos, and ringtones between your phone and your computer. They will also sync with iTunes.
Additional information for other O/S versions:
To sync ...
Looks like the answer is no longer "the answer" since this method is not possible. But I found a solution.
Add Google account in you phone and make sure that you main calendar appeared in the app.
Go to you Computer to the next steps.
Close all browser tabs you have.
Change the User Agent to iPad.**
Make sure above steps works***
Resetting Office fixed it for me:
On your Windows Phone, Go to Settings, tap Applications, and then tap Office
Tap Reset Office.
I am also affected from this bug (I suppose it's something Canonical would have to investigate) on my Lumia 1020 using Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1. What I figured out is that when you remove the USB Cable that you use to connect your phone to your computer, after of course "safely ejecting" the device from Ubuntu, and re-plug it in, it will recognize all ...
Album art that is correctly included in the files will be displayed on the device. If you're using MP3 files, be aware that MP3 have two different metadata formats (ID3), and Windows (and Windows Phone) only supports album art in one of them.
I'll recommend you use WMA or M4A instead of MP3, as these formats offer the same sound quality (if not better), and ...
Windows Phone 8 devices use MTP for file transfers. MTP is supported under Windows XP after installing Windows Media Player 10 or higher.
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 ...
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.
Can you change the settings yourself. If so, you can follow this guide: How to Set Up and Manage Email Sync on Windows Phone 8. In the settings you cannot only set the interval at which the account should be synced (every 30 or 60 minutes for example) but also from which moment on the mail should be retrieved. For example: from the past 3 or 7 days, last ...
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 ...
Alternatively, with mild hacks, you can gain access to the Isolated Storage of the Kindle app and just copy the file there. The app is perfectly capable of opening books copied to its storage, it just doesn't provide any way to do this.
The easiest way, if you have a microSD card, is move the app to the SD card using Storage Sense. Then, remove the Hidden ...
The feature you describe would be covered by "Google Sync" (their name for Exchange ActiveSync), which remains available to set up new Windows Phones with, until 31 July 2013 - it will also be available to set up new devices with after that date if you are a Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government customer.
You can use the Nokia contacts transfer app (iPhone 4 and higher) or your SIM card.
If you only want to transfer your contacts, use the Transfer my Data
app on your new phone. If you don’t have this app, you can download it
from Store. If you have previously had a micro-SIM or micro-RUIM card,
you can also copy your contacts from your card to your ...
The first thing I try for these types of problems is to delink all accounts and relink them 1 at a time, checking to see if the people hub works. Often times issues like this are caused by the oAuth token being revoked by the external service for whatever reason. I won't say that's your problem, but it's pretty likely.
I spent maybe two hours getting this working. In the end I:
Uninstalled all software.
Windows Phone (Windows 8 App)
Windows Phone (Windows Desktop App)
Rebooted the computer with the phone not plugged in
Shut down the computer
Restarted the phone
Plugged it back into the computer
Turned the computer back on
Installed the Windows Phone app (Windows 8 ...
The Windows Phone app for desktop is not supported on Windows Server, nor does it sync contact or calendar - only music, pictures and video.
The Zune software only support Windows Phone 7 devices, not Windows Phone 8 (WP8).
Photos, Music & Video
When a WP8 device is connected to a PC, it's possible to view the phones's media using Windows Explorer
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.
Your phone can also upload videos to OneDrive, but it needs WiFi, you cannot do it over a mobile connection.
To enable video upload to OneDrive (if it's not already enabled), do the following:
Open the Photos app
Tap the "..." icon to open the app bar and tap on "settings"
Scroll down to "Auto upload" and tap on OneDrive
Under Videos, select the "Best ...
Google has no love for Windows Phone, and has decided to show this by turning off Exchange ActiveSync support for new devices (last I checked, it still worked for devices that had been set up before the cutoff, though... even though that was around two years ago). Because of this, MS changed the way that they connect to Gmail accounts for WP8.1. The new ...
The Kindle app only supports reading books from your Kindle library on Amazon. You should be able to use the Kindle Personal Documents Service to send it to your Kindle library, and onwards to your phone (or other readers)
You can try steps 2 - 3 - 4 from the following link: http://support.sprint.com/support/article/Troubleshoot-issues-related-to-email-on-your-HTC-One-M8/WTroubleshootingGuide_542_GKB67171-dvc8080007prd
Let me know if this helps.
Verify that the email address and password are correct.
On your HTC One M8 web browser, navigate to your email ...
There are multiple ways to sync music between your computer and your phone running Windows 8.1 or 10.
Sync with OneDrive
If you are logged in with the same MS account both into your PC and phone, you can simply drag & drop files into your OneDrive Music folder. All of your files will be available in Groove. (By default it will stream the music, but ...
When you reseted it might have the apps' background tasks turned off which will prevent the live tiles from working.
To fix this:
Go to settings
slide left to get to "Applications"
Press "Background Tasks"
(This page will list all the apps that can work with live tiles)
(Under each of the apps you want to work on live tiles, they should each have "On" ...
This might the solution you are looking for:
Check the section Push Gmail and syncing contacts:
While there is an easy option to simply sync your account as a Google
account in the settings, you'll get better results if you set it up as
an Exchange ActiveSync account because it ...
Resolved it, and I'll post the answer here but it's probably unusual to run into this problem (of multiple @live accounts) so I don't know how useful it'll be.
I think the problem was that the phone was associated with a newer @live account and on the zune/desktop my default account (and all podcasts) were setup with an older @live account. It seems as if ...
There isn't a way to do this automatically.
Music in the Music+Videos hub is synced with your Xbox Music Collection (not a specific folder in OneDrive.) However, the Music+Video isn't very good at detecting changes.
I've been using the Xbox Music beta app for the past couple of weeks, and while it is a little slower, it is better at syncing your ...