The amber update release on end Augustus or beginning September may be delayed to October there is odds it released late years probably delayed to beginning or mid 2014
rinny, 15 Aug 2013Thank u :)
May i know when the update will b available at service centres for lumia 520??Dnt knw.. lets see when it comes..
Camera key is not working properly. Does any one having the camera key problem.
wp8 lvr, 15 Aug 2013Both options r availble..
1- if u hav wifi network then u can update ur phone by OTA(over the... moreThank u :)
May i know when the update will b available at service centres for lumia 520??
rinny, 15 Aug 2013Should we go to the service centre oly?? Cant we update it by ourselves??Both options r availble..
1- if u hav wifi network then u can update ur phone by OTA(over the air) just conect ur batry charger at update time by ota.. coz file size is in between 1-1.5gb.. so it takes time.
2- easy way go to service centre n update ur phone. without any fees
nokiainc, 15 Aug 2013Note that my friend update will roll today late night.As Nokia is giving you as batch wise,so ... morebatch wise means model wise???
n u said its out...mis understood i guess...how can i update it myself?
through desktop or directly thru cell phone?
mobile network is sufficient or wi-fi required??
gabriel007, 15 Aug 2013i have checked updates but there is nothing showing in it...i manually checked it but still no... moreNote that my friend update will roll today late night.As Nokia is giving you as batch wise,so you may not get it.Thats why i recommend you to find a Nokia care centre.
[deleted post]i have checked updates but there is nothing showing in it...i manually checked it but still nothing.....means there is no amber update still available
rinny, 15 Aug 2013For gettin d update should we go to the service centres?? Or can we update it by ourselves??Yes you can do it by yourself.If you are in hurry.Then go to service center near by.
nokiainc, 15 Aug 2013As per Nokia Care Chat Amber update will be rolling out from today late Evening in India for A... moreFor gettin d update should we go to the service centres?? Or can we update it by ourselves??
[deleted post]Should we go to the service centre oly?? Cant we update it by ourselves??
its fully better to me.
i liked very much. if it placed in correct network is a better to world in our hand.
Ha Ha ha....
It,s only a minor thing, but user replaceable battery facility on Lumia 520 has beaten Lumia 720 market demands to the ground level.
Here is the answer for why Windows phone 8 OS is faster than Android... No magical power of C# as someone says... Simply Windows phone 8 OS lacks Active Multitasking...
Windows Phone's multitasking is slow, despite the powerful nature of the Snapdragon S4 processors that power most devices, due to the "Resuming..." or "Loading..." screens that often pop up when switching back to a previously used app.
Windows Phone has a number of states that an application can be in: Active, which is when an app is in the foreground; Deactivated, which is a background app that hasn't been killed and remains in the memory; and Tombstoned, which is a deactivated app that's no longer in the memory. Both Deactivated and Tombstoned apps appear in the multitasking list, and there's no way to visually distinguish between the two.
Apps also have a number of events that developers can use to trigger certain actions, including Launching (an app is loaded from scratch) and Activated (where either a Deactivated or Tombstoned app is activated). When you're launching an app for the first time, developers often have code run during the Launching event that delays the app from being fully loaded, although often a splash screen is shown and time-consuming actions aren't run.
Where the perception of slow multitasking comes from is from the Activated event. Developers don't check whether the app is Deactivated or Tombstoned when the Activated event occurs and so often make time consuming code run during the event, despite the fact that a Deactivated app can is resumed almost instantly with basically all functions intact, while a Tombstoned app takes a little longer and may require code to be run.
The perception of multitasking being slow comes from the apps being slow, and running unnecessary code when a Deactivated app is Activated. If developers coded a simple check into their apps when an app is Activated, a large portion of "Resuming..." screens would be prevented as extra code wouldn't be run as an app relaunches.