11-12-2012, 11:59 AM #1
- 10 Posts
What up everyone, names Darko I'm married have two kids I work in the IT field and play way to much xbox and PS3. Love the site and look forward to being a member of this forum and learning and helping as much as possible
I picked up the 920 on Friday and cant put it down! I had the iPhone 4 since launch day and loved it but with every new OS update it still felt the same and became stale to me. So far I am very happy with my decision and love the OS and the fact that I got a better piece of hardware with the same space for 200$ cheaper.
So far I only have a few questions about the OS i haven't figured out yet.
-Is there a way to text multiple photos in one text?
-Why doesn't the mic from my iPhone headphones work with this phone? Does it support headphones with the inline mic?
-Is there any kind of video out features?
-Can smartglass stream my photos to the xbox?
-Is there select all and cut features?
11-12-2012, 05:50 PM #2
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Yes, you can attach more than one photo to a text, just hit the paperclip icon again.
Your iPhone headphones probably have apple specific controls. I don't think there's an industry standard for these things.
I don't think there's any video streaming capability.
Smartglass is supposed to a window and controller on top of the Xbox. The only way you can show music and videos is by copying data to the console or pairing with a windows media centre.
Select/copy/paste depends on the application. There's not a Ctrl-A to select all text, but app developers can add it as an option if they wanted to.
- 11-13-2012, 12:21 AM #3
Hello JSNDarko. I'm one of the moderators and would like to welcome you to WPC and to the WP platform. Great device choice as I have the cyan 920 and I'm enjoying it a lot.
11-13-2012, 09:14 AM #5
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There is some speculation that the Nokia video out cables that plugged into the 3.5mm jack will work with the 920, based on an unofficially leaked spec sheet/document. Whether it's true or not, idk... Anybody have one if those Nokia video out adapters (CA##U) and try it yet?
Select all is sorely missing... But you can select, copy, and backspace to sort of replace the cntrl+X :)
Last edited by Munkeyphyst; 11-13-2012 at 09:20 AM.