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Will any docking station work with a WP8? I have the Lumia 925 and wondered if any allow you to connect via the cable if the phone wont actually fit in?

Also anyone wanting a RDR type game on mobile should try Six-Guns which is free.
 
Thought I'll start a Windows Phone thread for all WP related posts.

Soulcraft is now free on both Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8, one of the best action RPG games around

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Soulcraft is an insanely awesome action RPG game for both Windows Phone and Windows 8. If you’re into those sorts of games and don’t already have Soulcraft you really should check it out. In both Stores, it easily averages four of five stars without hundreds of ratings. And now both games are free.

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The official thread for all Windows Phone related posts. The phone OS from the makers of Xbox and as unique as you are.

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Anyone know any docking stations you can use with the Lumia 925? Ones Ive seen only seem to support the iphone. :mad:
 
I am really thinking of getting the Samsung Ativs neo for Sprint. Its a good phone, I not really to big on apps but I do want to get off the andriod OS
 
I am really thinking of getting the Samsung Ativs neo for Sprint. Its a good phone, I not really to big on apps but I do want to get off the andriod OS

If Sprint has a Lumia 920,925,928, or the 1020 available I would look at those over the Samsung. So far it seems that Nokia updates it's software and apps faster than Samsung, and they have both feet in the ecosystem, instead of kind of half in like Samsung and HTC
 
If Sprint has a Lumia 920,925,928, or the 1020 available I would look at those over the Samsung. So far it seems that Nokia updates it's software and apps faster than Samsung, and they have both feet in the ecosystem, instead of kind of half in like Samsung and HTC
I would get those phones but I think Sprint is not to big on windows phones and I end up with the crappy ones.
 
I just picked up a Lumia 925. I am really loving this phone. The camera is fantastic. My prior phone was a Note 2 which I did like, but I am not big on google services, so I made the switch. I hope Windows phones keep gaining momentum, the OS is really slick.
 
Windows Phone spotted in GTA :-)

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File this under ‘mildly interesting’ but it looks like the hotly anticipated Grand Theft Auto 5, a game that has never been accused of lacking a sense of humor, has a little mobile surprise in it.

The gaming site Kotaku published their GTAV walkthrough video today, which in and of itself is worth your time, but at around the 0:50 second mark a virtual Windows Phone is spotted. The device is used by ‘Trevor’ one of the optional protagonists in the game to snap self-portraits.

http://www.wpcentral.com/virtual-windows-phone-spotted-grand-theft-auto-v
 
Grand Theft Auto V companion apps coming to Windows Phone from Rockstar
http://www.wpcentral.com/grand-theft-auto-v-companion-apps-coming-windows-phone-rockstar

There are two apps coming to mobile platforms from Rockstar: iFruit and The Manual. Both will be available for iOS first, with apps coming soon to Android and Windows Phone. Both apps will also be free when they’re available for their respective platforms. Here are the descriptions of what you’ll be getting with the apps
 
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Windows Phone "amber" update rolling out to EE Nokia 920 customers in the UK
 
Those 900% type stats mean nothing IMO. Do we have actual numbers?
 
http://www.wpcentral.com/tags/marketshare

Source is from Microsoft, so must be taken with a pinch of salt. but various reports have mention (Google is your friend) good year on year growth worldwide. Only surprise, is that it was growing that much in the home market of USA.
 
If Sprint has a Lumia 920,925,928, or the 1020 available I would look at those over the Samsung. So far it seems that Nokia updates it's software and apps faster than Samsung, and they have both feet in the ecosystem, instead of kind of half in like Samsung and HTC
This is absolutely true. Moving from an HTC Windows Phone to a Nokia Windows Phone is like night and day. I've had the 925 on T-Mobile since it launched and apps are added and updated all the time. I don't think anyone is working harder than Nokia to make Windows Phone a viable mobile platform.
 
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I've had the 925 on T-Mobile since it launched and apps are added and updated all the time. I don't think anyone is working harder than Nokia to make Windows Phone a viable mobile platform.

I've heard you can't upgrade the storage in this phone, is that true?
 
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