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The People Hub keeps you up-to-date with social notifications.
Microsoft's service for locating a lost phone on a map.
The Developer Preview program gives the developer community early access to new Windows Phone updates.
Phones often ship with a SIM lock that ensures they can only be used with a single carrier. Unlocking a phone allows it to be used on different carriers. This tag is not for developer-unlocking (the p…
For questions related to services that use or provide location data (GPS).
For questions related to background tasks (things running in background / when screen is turned off)
A Windows Phone 8 device from HTC.
Questions about rooting a phone which gives you access to lower level system functions that you would otherwise not be able to access. Two examples are the filesystem and registry.
For questions related to the auto correct functionality that is present in Windows phone.
speech-to-text (voice recognition) or text-to-speech (speech synthesis)
Either related to touch screen of the phone or to the touch gestures.
third-party browsers; i.e., alternatives to Internet Explorer and Edge
a feature on Nokia Lumia smartphones that enables the phone to display the clock, notifications and other data even when asleep.
an always-accessible pull-down menu in Windows Phone 8.1 that enables quick access to commonly used settings as well as notifications from apps and the OS.
3G generically refers to a set of standards for mobile phones and mobile telecommunications services. Often used when referring to a 3G mobile data connection.
For questions related to phone's cellular network.
For questions related to the People feature of Windows Phone.
Tiles with dynamically changing contents
Questions about the builtin alarms app or alarm functionality of Windows mobile.
For questions about the usage and problems faced in the Microsoft Edge browser.
for questions about Facebook's instant messaging service. For questions about messaging in general, use the tag [messaging].
For questions about the Twitter application or built-in integration.