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Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips - To find still more symbols
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips - To find still more symbols Some of the symbol keys can bring up yet more symbols. Tap and hold to see more options. For example, if you tap and hold the left parentheses key (, you'll see left angle bracket <, left brace {, and left square bracket [, too. ...
2013-11-18, 1614👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips - To find more symbols
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips - To find more symbols Can't find the symbol you're looking for? Tap More More key from the numbers keyboard to show more symbols, including foreign currency symbols, mathematical symbols, and a few other useful ones.
2013-11-18, 1576👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips -
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keyboard tips - >p? Tap anywhere you can type on your Windows Phone and the keyboard appears automatically, with keys designed to help you do whatever you're doing. For example, if you're typing an email address in an email message, the keyboard includes keys for @ and .com....
2013-11-15, 1583👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Locate a lost phone
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Locate a lost phone Losing a phone can happen to the best of us. Find My Phone is a free service in the My Phone section of windowsphone.com that allows you to ring, lock, or show your phone on a map from any Internet-connected computer. You c...
2013-11-14, 1538👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Secure the phone
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Secure the phone To help prevent someone from using a child's phone without permission (making phone calls, reading texts, and so on), it's good to use a lock screen password and a SIM PIN. Note Emergency calls can still be made when the phone...
2013-11-14, 1548👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Use Rooms to stay in touch
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Use Rooms to stay in touch Want a place to keep track of your busy child? Rooms may be the answer you're looking for. In your Room, you can share calendars so that everyone can see where they're supposed to be at any given time, and you can al...
2013-11-13, 1548👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids -Set up My Family to let kids download apps
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids -Set up My Family to let kids download apps If your child has a Windows Phone 8 of their own and you want them to have the ability to download apps, you and your child must sign in to My Family with your respective Microsoft accounts. Once you'r...
2013-11-13, 2705👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Have your Microsoft accounts ready
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Windows Phone for kids - Have your Microsoft accounts ready The first thing you'll need to do is create both your and your child's Microsoft account. This will allow everyone to take full advantage of Windows Phone's features, including My Family and Rooms. You'll als...
2013-11-12, 1575👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To add items to Kid's Corner
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To add items to Kid's Corner On Start Start button, tap Kid's Corner Kid's Corner icon. Tap Games, Music, Videos, or Apps, select the items you want to add, and then tap Done Done icon.
2013-11-12, 1568👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To use Kid's Corner
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To use Kid's Corner Only you can add items to Kid's Corner, but kids can open and use it on their own. They can also change the name, accent color, and background picture. From the main lock screen, swipe left to the Kid's Corner lock screen. Flick up t...
2013-11-11, 1579👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To set up Kid's Corner
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner - To set up Kid's Corner To set up Kid's Corner On Start Start button, tap Kid's Corner Kid's Corner icon, and then tap Next. (You can also get to Kid's Corner via Settings Settings icon in the App list.) To add content to Kid's Corner, tap Games, Music, ...
2013-11-11, 1505👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set up Kid's Corner Kids love smartphones—but what if your child accidentally erases your phone or emails everyone in your address book while playing? No such worries with Kid's Corner, a place on your phone where your child can play with the games, apps, music, and videos y...
2013-11-08, 1523👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To change settings for Find My Phone
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To change settings for Find My Phone You can set up Find My Phone to save your location every few hours or to use push notifications instead of text messages to send commands (and apps) to your phone faster and more cheaply. Change these settings on your ...
2013-11-08, 1704👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To erase your phone
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To erase your phone If you're certain you can't get your phone back, or if you have sensitive information on it that you want to protect until you recover it, you can erase your phone remotely. On your computer, go to windowsphone.com. Point to the phone ...
2013-11-07, 1612👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To lock your phone and show a message
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To lock your phone and show a message On your computer, go to windowsphone.com. Point to the phone in the upper-right corner, and click Find My Phone. If you're prompted, sign in with the same Microsoft account you used to sign in on your phone. Click Loc...
2013-11-07, 1444👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To make your phone ring
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To make your phone ring To make your phone ring On your computer, go to the Find My Phone page on windowsphone.com. Click Ring, and then follow the instructions to ring the phone.
2013-11-06, 1504👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To map your phone's location
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To map your phone's location On your computer, go to windowsphone.com. Point to the phone in the upper-right corner, and click Find My Phone. If you're prompted, sign in with the same Microsoft account you used to sign in on your phone. On your computer, ...
2013-11-06, 1585👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To sign in to Find My Phone for the first time
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone - To sign in to Find My Phone for the first time The first time you use Find My Phone, you'll need to sign in to it using your Microsoft account. On your computer, go to windowsphone.com. Point to the phone in the upper-right corner, and click Find My Phone...
2013-11-05, 1511👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Find a lost phone It's nerve-wracking when you can't find your phone—whether it's truly lost, or just stuck between the sofa cushions. Find My Phone can help lay your worry to rest. This free service at the My Phone section of windowsphone.com can ring, lock, erase, or show ...
2013-11-05, 1641👍, 0💬

How we test battery back up time using load testing?specially for mobile testing?
How we test battery back up time using load testing?specially for mobile testing? procedure of battery testing battery backup test for idle mode 1. fully charge the battery 2. make sure no calls should be made on DuT 3. start timer when fully charget 4. wait until the battery drain out fully battery...
2013-11-04, 1812👍, 0💬

Difference between 2g and 3g in mobile phone testing
Difference between 2g and 3g in mobile phone testing 2G and 3 G is a family of standards for mobile telecommunications defined by the International Telecommunication Union,which includes GSM EDGE, UMTS, and CDMA2000 as well as DECT and WiMAX. Services include wide-area wireless voice telephone, vide...
2013-11-04, 1910👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To paste the same copied text more than once
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To paste the same copied text more than once You can paste text as many times as you want until you copy something else, or until the phone goes to sleep (that is, when the screen goes dark after you haven't used your phone for a while). Follow the instructi...
2013-11-01, 1673👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To use the menu to copy text
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To use the menu to copy text Use the menu to copy text from just about anywhere you can't highlight it, including text messages you've sent or received, headings of email messages, maps, links in the browser, local search results, info already in a contact c...
2013-11-01, 1628👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To highlight text and copy it
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Copy and paste - To highlight text and copy it In addition to highlighting text in a web browser, in Office documents, and in the body of email you've received, you can also highlight and copy text from anywhere you're typing—including text messages you're writing, calendar ...
2013-10-31, 2747👍, 0💬

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