HELP! Comes in very handy at one point as everyone needs it.
With every device comes the challenge of having some difficulty with using it at one point or the other. Either due to a physical damage, software failure or something else. There is real comfort in knowing someone’s got this and it doesn’t have to drive you literally crazy. You can also learn to troubleshoot issues before they become main problems.
Below you’ll find different go to solutions to try by yourself or if you are the very careful type; a number to contact for repairs.
- When You Need to Repair your Microsoft Mobile Phone:
- How to get Windows 10 Mobile OS running on your mobile device;
There are only two ways to get Windows 10 Mobile OS running on your device:
Or Check from the List of Upgradable Windows 8.1 devices.
If the upgrade is available for your existing Windows Phone 8.1 device, you can install the upgrade.
To check if the upgrade is available for your phone and install the upgrade, go to the Store, install the Upgrade Advisor app, run the app to see if the update is available, and then select Enable Windows 10 upgrade.
- How to get an activation code for your mobile device:
- How to Add a Microsoft account to your phone:
- How to Setup Windows Hello Login if you own a Lumia 950 or 950 XL (or supported device);
Windows Hello is another way to sign in to your Windows 10 mobile device. It uses your eyes to verify your identity. It needs special hardware and so this isn’t available with every windows mobile device.
To set it up; On Start , swipe over to the All apps list, and then select Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options to set up Windows Hello. (If you don’t see a sign-in option for Windows Hello, then your phone doesn’t support it.) Once you’re set up, you’ll be able to unlock your phone at a glance.
- How to Setup and Use Continuum
Create and edit Office documents, send email, type text messages, watch videos, browse your photos, or surf the web on your connected screen. When you’re done, your work goes with you—it’s saved on your phone.
Continuum turns your phone into a big-screen projector and a big-time productivity tool. Use a dock or wireless adapter to connect to a TV or monitor, then use your apps and see your content on a larger screen. Want to do even more? Connect a keyboard and mouse and get productive.
*Use your Phone as a Phone during Continuum. Even when you’re connected to a display or monitor, you can still use your phone in all the usual ways. Make and receive calls, send texts, check your social media apps—it’s all still a tap away.
How you set up Continuum depends on what type of hardware you’ve got. Here’s what you’ll need to get started.
A TV or monitor with HDMI input.
A Windows 10 Mobile phone that’s compatible with Continuum.
A compatible accessory for connecting your phone to your TV or monitor.
A power outlet to plug in your dock or adapter.
*Use your Phone as a mouse during Continuum. To use your phone to control your connected screen, select Tap to control in the Continuum banner at the top of your screen. Then swipe your finger around the phone’s screen to move the cursor.
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