- 12-01-2012, 06:06 AM #1
I've set up backups in settings, but am still unsure of how I can backup/save my start screen layout on my 920... I want to do a hard reset to see if it has an effect on battery calibration, but don't want to have to reset my entire start screen. Also, are my podcast subscriptions saved as well?
- 12-01-2012, 11:58 AM #2
I believe I recall seeing someone post that the start screen is not saved, because apps are not automatically reinstalled, and you cannot reconfigure tiles for apps that are not there. But you could take a screenshot of it, and make sure it uploads to your skydrive so you can refer to it before you reset. I don't know the answer on podcasts, as the backup is a new feature that I haven't used.--
Just a sample of the devices I've owned over the years.....
Nokia ATT phone
HTC Windows Mobile (?)
HTC Touch Pro
HTC Touch Pro II
Nokia Lumia 822
Nokia Lumia 928
12-01-2012, 05:06 PM #3
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I can already tell you, NO the tile layout pattern is NOT saved, nor is it restored after a reset.
You applications will be queued up for re-installation, will be re-installed (make sure you're on WiFi or you might use up your data allocation). But, each time I do this there are a bunch of applications that will not download/re-install (the error code is 8000fff = catastrophic error). It seems like it's mainly the Nokia exclusive apps, and their updates for my phone.
If you do get the error, your only choice at the moment is to cancel the install, then go to Windows Phone (United States) log in, select "Purchase History" and try to push the install from there. Or just go back into the store download them again.
12-01-2012, 05:11 PM #5
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Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. If the phone is working, don't mess with it. If you're a tech, and have know how to do this for supporting others, then yea, do it at least once.
I you want to do a battery calibration, then just run the phone till it shuts off, then charge overnight. That's the "classic" way for most devices.
- 12-02-2012, 02:07 AM #7
I've 'calibrated' the battery twice the way you suggested (even waited an hour after it turned off, turned it back on, it turns on at 0%, but manages to run for a WHILE, and drained it again, then charge overnight)...
It fixes the calibration issue for a while, and I get great battery life, but then a few days later, I'm noticing lowered battery life / poor calibration. Some have suggested doing a hard reset to help fix this...
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