Windows Phone 8.1 Bugs & Stuffs

Check out the video above, and you’ll know what this post is all about. By mistake i used Movie Maker instead of my usual AVS and that screwed up the quality 🙁 Sorry for that. There seems to be a weired bug in existence with the SIM PIN feature of Windows Phone 8.1, it was not there up until Windows Phone 8. More about this feature here. I almost thought that i bricked my Lumia because of Windows Phone 8.1 for the first time. But hey, at least I’ve discovered this bug for the first time AFAIK 🙂 So if …

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Flipboard arrives to Windows Phone as a Beta app – Updated

Its here after a while, Flipboard comes to Windows Phone. Personally, i stick with my NextGen Reader in phone and feedly cloud in desktop. But for the ones who wish to get the latest and greatest via Flipboard, you can do that now 🙂 Update: As i said, i’m not a fan of Flipboard, and hence didn’t install the app myself. Just went through the app reviews and seems like its a fake app published under Flipboard for Windows Phone Publisher name. Still not sure what is going on 🙁 Let me update you once things are sorted out.

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Windows Phone 8.1 Screen Shots and Stuffs

This post is about my random thoughts on Windows Phone 8.1 and what it has to offer in no certain order, its quite like a rant, like i’m writing a diary. If you’re into editorial stuffs, you might like this one 😉 Its image heavy, and the comments are at the bottom of the screenshots. We have a new Downloads folder, sweet! No more searching where the downloads went 🙂 SD has a System Volume Information, oh Windows! Perhaps it has the encrypting the apps part in it and extras. It has an index.   Yeah I know 🙂 Okay! …

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Information on how Windows Phone 8.1 stores apps to the SD Card

We ran through the Windows Phone’s latest security overview PDF provided by Microsoft, and it has few details about how the storing the apps in the SD will work. Remember you need at least Class 6 and Class 10 preferably to use that feature. Let me quote the same now, from the PDF Windows Phone devices have an SD card slot that allows users to store apps and data on an SD card. Windows Phone stores the apps on an encrypted SD card partition that is specifically designated for apps. This feature is always enabled, so there is no need …

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