I use Windows 8.1 on my desktop and use a Windows Phone 8. I can't speak whether or not other phones have this as well as I don't use them. The OneDrive integration works great and I routinely save files on OneDrive to access them later on my phone. The syncing happens automatically and in the background and I've never had issues with it. OneNote integration ...
There is a dedicated app for Windows Phone 8.
As well allowing you to automatically synchronise photos, videos etc. taken on your phone to your PC, this app alsp allows you to:
Get your music, photos and videos from your computer to your phone (and vice versa).
Add ringtones and playlists to your phone.
Quickly share things from your phone with Windows 8 ...
Because, JAVA programming language, where developers make app for android (Android studio), don't have method to empty garbage when user close it. Phone will empty garbage when that application notice that is no longer used it by user.
Other programming languages have that options, so when you close app garbage will be empty.
PS: Garbage consumes RAM ...
The easiest way to transfer files from your Windows Phone 8 to your PC is by simply connecting it through USB. You then should see it as a USB device and access photos, music etc.
You can also synchronise your photos through OneDrive and then download them on your Windows 8.1 machine.
If you need to use Bluetooth transfer, try using the "fsquirt" tool.
You can do this by going to Cortana's settings and allowing Cortana even when the screen is locked.
If your phone supports it, you can turn on "Hey Cortana" in Settings. You will need the Lumia Denim update for this. You can check availability at https://www.microsoft.com/en/mobile/support/software-update/wp8-software-update.
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 ...
To be able to explain what is happening, allow me to go in to a little bit of background as to how Windows Phone handles media files.
When you drag and drop files from your computer on to the phone, while it may appear that you are creating an identical structure on your phone, there is in fact more processing taking place in the background. When you ...
There are a few ways to get a free developer account for the Windows (Phone) Store:
Apply for a "Free Dev Center account for unregistered developers" trough the Dev Center Benefits Program
Sign up for a free developer account through Windows AppStudio
If you are a student you can also get a free developer account through the DreamSpark Program
The app's not working on my wife's 930, and hasn't been for some time. I think TrueCaller dropped support for Windows Mobile a little while ago.
I've told her to use the built-in Blocked Calls feature whenever she gets a call from a scammer, but TrueCaller was great for this while it was still working.
Sounds like a firewall issue rather than the application itself. Try disabling your antivirus/firewall and try again to see what happens.
If you are using proxy to connect internet please disable that, refer to the steps below to disable proxy:
Press “Windows Key” + “R”.
Go to Connection.
Click on LAN Settings.
Check the ...
A true laptop-esque setup is probably not possible on WP8.1 (though W10M should help there). However, if you're willing to go through Remote Desktop software, that's an option. There are two high-quality remote desktop clients for WP8 that I know of, both just called "Remote Desktop":
The one from Microsoft is "official" and free, and should work pretty ...
If you use Visual Studio 2013 Express for Windows, then attempt to deploy the app to your phone, it should automatically take you through getting a license for free. Note that this will only work for deploying apps directly from your PC, not publishing them to the app store.
You can mount a WP8 (or Android) phone on Windows 8, and have it appear more or less like normal removable storage. You can't do this with an iPhone. You also have Office by default on WP8 (whereas Office on iPhone and Android requires an Office 365 subscription).
There is no access to the operating system files on a Windows Phone, this means that even if it is there (and not cut down for an operator specific model), it is not accessible by an end user, as it is not exposed as a browsable list in the settings.
No, it's not possible to synchronize contacts between your PC and phone via USB.
To synchronize your contacts from you phone to your PC and vice versa you need to use a cloud service like Outlook.com.
You can find instructions for how to do it here.
You can share WiFi logins across devices, which means if you have logged into a WiFi with your phone it automatically becomes available on your Windows device as well.
With Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft introduced universal apps, which lets you use the same app across multiple devices.
Maybe you can try this,
Mark and Delete all pictures from phone itself (Don't delete from PC client). It may show a message that some pictures can't delete. Ignore it.
Then start sync with PC.
Actually this is caused because of multiple thumbnail/shortcut for a same image. It will not consume your space not much. But still irritating.