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u/_Praetoriani_ · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

I've done some tech repair and building before, but only with computers. I looked up a video tutorial and it looks easier than I thought. I would still prefer finding a store doing it but I feel like I could do it myself now at least.
Would this be what I need? I would like to be perfectly sure on what I need before ordering.

u/pupparone · 0 pointsr/windowsphone

I spent days trying to figure out which case is best, buying a couple to try them out, and

is the best case. I have it. It fits very, very tight (adding no bulk at all), it protects the screen on a face drop (because it has a lip), it feels good in the hand, and it even has a lip to protect the camera lens. It's also incredibly cheap, so even if you don't like it, you're only out 10 bucks.

The pictures don't do it justice. Trust me, give it a try. It's definitely the one you're looking for.

u/HiImJayC · 18 pointsr/windowsphone





But why do you need it to be unlocked if its just a music player? If you don't need it unlocked, this is cheaper:


5.Yes, but its easier By connecting the phone to the computer via USB and copying/pasting files on file explorer.

Ps. If you do end up getting one, I would recommend the app MUSIC+ ( to stream, download, and save to stock music app music for free.

u/FoxxyRin · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I personally prefer Straight Talk over Cricket, which is $45 per month ($42.50 if you do auto-payments), and I love it. They have a really awesome Bring Your Own Phone program, where all you have to do is buy a Straight Talk SIM to make any SIM phone work. My current set-up is the Lumia 520, which is only $50 on Amazon, plus a $7 micro-SIM from Walmart's website. Asides a small tweak to the APN settings, your phone is pretty much ready to use out of the box and everything.

My only complaint with Straight Talk is that their customer service is kinda of annoying to deal with, and it's not very easy to find a Walmart with a Straight Talk rep anymore that can help you.

u/Cybersonic · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

It's a great time to get the 928.

A little PSA though, if you get it from a 3rd party retailer (i.e. not Verizon) you'll be able to find various discounts.

Wirefly Black || Wirefly White

Newegg Black
|| Newegg White

Amazon Black || Amazon White

All of those are pretty much free instead of the $99 you would've payed at Verizon.

u/bschwind · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

Yeah, $49 is still great when you think about the actual hardware you're getting. A quad core CPU with GPS, a camera, accelerometer, etc. Technology these days is amazing and amazingly cheap.

To be clear though, I could buy this guy and not have to worry about ever activating it? I just want to be able to deploy apps to it and test them, that's really it.

u/grevenilvec75 · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Lumia 635 AT&T branded, $48.99 on amazon

It's a pretty low-end device, but it should give you a good idea about whether or not you'll like windows phone. As an added bonus, this particular model supports the Windows 10 technical preview. It's not much different than wp8.1 for now, but if that's your sort of thing, it's there.

u/Hug_A_Snake · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I currently have a Nokia 520 (my second one) on AT&T GoPhone and it's on it's last legs. I'm looking for a new Windows phone that is in that same budget bracket (<$60) as the 520. I love the 520, but with WP8 loosing support I'd like something that can run WP10. Might just get another 520 for $45 and keep the old one for parts if I can't find a newer WP.

Any ideas of a cheap WP (not necessarily nokia) out there?

u/Dark_Shroud · 0 pointsr/windowsphone

Yes, I actually have good hearing and as I said good headphones.

So I can tell the difference between a low end .mp3 file compared to my FLAC/WMA rips.

edit, FYI, I can't carry my desktop every where with me. As I do in fact leave my home on a daily basis. When I'm out in a car trip or taking one of my several mile long bike rides I use a pair of Koss KSC75 Headphones which are far better that most ear buds. My normal use cans are a pair of Monoprice Noise Canceling headphones.

Eventually I'll get a pair of Grados headphones along side either a Fiio X3 or Pono player, but not until my wallet says its ok to. Which is why I use my phone to play music until then.

u/dradam168 · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

Someone can correct me, but I'm pretty sure you can pick up a new one from Amazon for like $60. (I can't quite tell if that requires paying for ATT GoPhone service for any length of time.)

I've been considering grabbing one to replace my iPod Touch.

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u/FiveAlarmDogParty · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

I have a 635, you will probably just need to get a new SIM from StraightTalk and it should work fine. I got mine from Amazon....currently a much better price there as well. I should also mention I bought the exact phone I linked to and got a SIM starter kit from StraightTalk and it works great.

u/5430FeetAboveReality · 7 pointsr/windowsphone

I've successfully used a SanDisk 64GB micoSD card in my 521 running 8.1.

I ordered a SanDisk 128GB card from Amazon which should arrive soon. I'll post back if it works. I'm hoping it will work in my Symbian Nokia 808, which works fine with a 64GB card.

Edit: my 64GB card is a SanDisk SDXC card. This is the exact card on Amazon:

u/GritsNGreens · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Exactly what I was thinking! I saw this and it looks like it may fit the bill. One of the reviews mentions using it with a Dell Venue 8 tablet to stream Xbox games which is brilliant.

u/tiwahu · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I use an A2DP receiver powered by USB. The phone pairs to both (the receiver for music and the car as a headset). Pretty sure that this is the one I use. Supports NFC for tap to pair. The output of the receiver goes into the car's AUX jack. Pretty simple. Works good enough for me and my Live Music Access app.

u/JohnAV1989 · 4 pointsr/windowsphone

I have [this!] ( I come home tap my phone on the Bluetooth receiver and wham! Crystal clear audio pumping on my '74 Harmon Kardon receiver. It's a beautiful thing.

u/bbalanced · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

I use a combination of the Tudia case and a screen protector. Works great except I had to trim the screen protector a bit as the case was making it bubble up on a couple edges.

Got the Tudia because it provides a raised ridge (1.5mm or so) around the screen, and another raised ridge (~1mm) around the camera lens. Doesn't add much bulk beyond that, and rounds off the corners/edges nicely.

u/geniusgfx · 1 pointr/windowsphone

well i did the math and the 330 pounds is 538.55 dollars. For that price i can almost pay off a high end android phone lol. I can get a 930 with no contract for less

I'm sure the price adjustment may be a little off, but if i am going to drop over 400 i would like the specs to be nice.

is there a way to get a 930 GSM?

u/Bismuth-209 · 15 pointsr/windowsphone

This MS item folds flat when not in use and is BT compatible with 8.1. I do like the cool inventions MS makes, and I'd rather have these types of things rather than (never updated) apps like snapchat.

Surface mouse

u/korjax · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

Couldn't you get a USB-C to HDMI cable?

AFAIK USB-C supports video out

EDIT: Yep.

Well, sort of. It's not a direct cable, I assume the big box is required to convert the signal (which is probably what the MS display dock does).

u/whatsgoodmonica · 1 pointr/windowsphone

a work around for this would be to get an auxillary to bluetooth adapter like the one in this link. I have it myself and its pretty awesome. it also has nfc so you can tap to pair if you choose to do so.

u/banstabarot · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I have these right now:

I really like its subdued orange color.
Also, pretty decent sounding for its price.

u/Peribanu · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I don't know if this one:
could be sent abroad, but it looks like it might be. It's used, so you'd need some guarantee that it is in working order.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Best Buy, $130

Walmart, $130

Amazon, $150

T-Mobile, $150

It's not an incredible deal from the HSN, its just a really inexpensive phone. Wish it had a flash.

u/TheCauldron · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Get your prices right. Also, big surprise, a phone without LTE is cheaper than a phone with LTE. Why don't you compare the non-LTE Moto G to the 630?

u/frodeaa · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Uh, the 635 doesn't record at 1080p, much less 4k. A class 6 would be fine for him, although the lowest amazon seems to sell is class 10.

Cheaper at only $25 and it'll be plenty good enough for a 635.

u/xevilrobotx · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

I use this one and it is great (and made for the xbox one controller), but I had to drill out part of it when I got my S controller because the plastic part pushes in the sync button on the new design:

u/ectotechnician · 1 pointr/windowsphone

are you sure tho? that's what someone told me about the galaxy s3 but it's not LTE enabled so my data hardly worked with my sim for some reason

edit: so if i were to purchase this

i could use it on my ATT, but my data would just be a bit slower?

u/Glowerman · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

In my experience, most of the conference rooms I go to--and some of hotels--have male cables, so I've been carrying a female adapter, and it's worked well. I use this:

How about a simple HDMI gender changer?

u/Baldish · 1 pointr/windowsphone

The only real place I can buy from currently is amazon. I found a 635 for $50. If I go with this one, am I right to think I won't have to talk to AT&T at all and just use the phone out of the box?

u/splangtastic · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Found a link for the Amazon for the wireless charging shell:

Sounds like you don't want it, but maybe someone else does.

u/kgyre · 3 pointsr/windowsphone

The 630 has a much better screen, but it's larger and slightly heavier. The 520 is already available for $40.

u/knowah1 · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

Ok, so I mistyped a bit. the 520 is on AT&T, the 521 is on T-Mobile, sorry about the confusion.

The 521 is the supposed increase in processor, but I can't find any information on Nokia's site and wikipedia states they are the same, aside from slightly different dimensions.

The 520 is $99.99 on Amazon.

The 521 is $94.99 on Amazon.

u/Meelpa · 1 pointr/windowsphone

How short did you mean?

I've had this for about a year and it's worked great with no problems:

But it's three feet long.

u/npoe1 · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I bought 4 of these and they do the job for data and charging. I'll check the list above later.
USB Type C Cable, Nekteck USB 3.1 USB-C to USB A USB 3.0 Male 56k ohm resistor Data Charging Cord Reversible Design for Apple MacBook 12 inch, Nexus 5X 6P, Lumia 950/950XL, OnePlus 2 and More (Black)

u/Chrono803 · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Just from a seller off of Amazon. The white one looks to be even cheaper.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/windowsphone


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u/mustardinmyeye · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I use this USB-C to USB 2 Female to move files to a thumb drive and works with a USB keyboard or mouse:

I use this USB-C card reader to move files to a SD card:

I tried this USB-C to HDMI but it does not work:

u/slipstream37 · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I think I read that most phones don't even have support for UHS-2 or UHS-3. Did you mean U3?

I too had the SanDisk Ultra. It took decent 1080p, but couldn't do much more.

u/jonnywoh · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Amazon has a listing with Prime here. Glyde has it too, but I'm not sure how reliable Glyde is.

u/exiva · 0 pointsr/windowsphone

time for this. ..but srsly, what's the problem here? Class 6 is a bit on the slower side. and if capacity is the problem there's 64gb cards, etc.

u/NotYourLoginID · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

Hey guys, I was just fooling around on Amazon and found this new deal!

The differences between the W1 and Lumia 520:

  • 1.2GHz Dual Core Processor - 0.2 GHz faster than Lumia 520
  • 0.3 MP Front Camera - No front camera on Lumia 520
  • LED Flash - No Flash on Lumia 520
  • Unlocked GSM - the $50 Version is bound to AT&T/T-Mobile (SPECIAL UNLOCKED DEAL $108 and $64)
  • 1950 mAh battery - Lumia 520 is 1430 mAh


  • Huawei only lists upto microSDHC support, unsure if it will accept microSDXC cards (cards over 32GB)
  • Huawei isn't specifically marked 4G, but lists HSPDA
  • Huawei only lists Bluetooth 2.1, but this may be old
  • Huawei no mobile hotspot listed
  • Huawei lists it has a compass, I believe Lumia 520 does not

    All information was pulled from PhoneArena but I know that the information on these non-spotlight phones is often wrong or not updated