1. maverick786us's Avatar
    In Zune it does display that I can connect Lumia 900 using WiFi. But in my case it never displays the device connected when my PC and Lumia 900 are connected to the same router
    10-20-2012 12:57 AM
  2. alaozx's Avatar
    Is your phone plugged in to the wall charger after you turned on wireless sync? Wireless sync only works when the phone is being charged.
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    10-20-2012 01:33 AM
  3. WasteSomeTime's Avatar
    Wireless sync starts 10 mins after the phone is put on charge.

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    10-20-2012 01:48 AM
  4. maverick786us's Avatar
    Is your phone plugged in to the wall charger after you turned on wireless sync? Wireless sync only works when the phone is being charged.
    Wireless sync starts 10 mins after the phone is put on charge.

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    The phone is fully charged is there really need o plug it on to a charger. Lets say right now my phone is fully charged so does it require plugin?
    10-20-2012 01:57 AM
  5. Nophix's Avatar
    Wireless sync won't activate unless its plugged in.
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    10-20-2012 09:08 AM
  6. wamsille's Avatar
    The charge is required so you don't drain the battery trying to sync up your phone.
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    10-20-2012 08:41 PM
  7. maverick786us's Avatar
    Wireless sync won't activate unless its plugged in.
    The charge is required so you don't drain the battery trying to sync up your phone.
    Technicall the purpose of Wireless sync is one does'nt need to plugin through the cables. So if I have to plugin the cable so I will be wired sync. What benifit will I enjoy of wireless sync
    10-21-2012 06:55 AM
  8. SnailUK's Avatar
    Depends how you look at it. I can't be bothered to keep looking for my phone charger cable, to connect to my pc. It's always in the charger, so why bother keep moving it?

    By the same measure, if you've got a hidden desktop machine, do you want to mess around with cables on it?

    It'll be even better with the Nokia wp8 devices, and wireless charging. Just put my phone down, job done.
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    10-21-2012 08:57 AM
  9. maverick786us's Avatar
    Depends how you look at it. I can't be bothered to keep looking for my phone charger cable, to connect to my pc. It's always in the charger, so why bother keep moving it?

    By the same measure, if you've got a hidden desktop machine, do you want to mess around with cables on it?

    It'll be even better with the Nokia wp8 devices, and wireless charging. Just put my phone down, job done.
    It doesn't bother. But Lumia 900 has non user replacable battery. So after 180 - 200 charge the battery will start degrading. Every charge whether it is for 2 hours or few minutes when connected with PC will count and reduce the life of battery. It doesn't bother but would worry me
    10-21-2012 12:57 PM
  10. kehanra99's Avatar
    It doesn't bother. But Lumia 900 has non user replacable battery. So after 180 - 200 charge the battery will start degrading. Every charge whether it is for 2 hours or few minutes when connected with PC will count and reduce the life of battery. It doesn't bother but would worry me
    Technically a li ion battery only counts 100% cycles as a cycle. Charging the phone 5 times from 80% to 100% is 1 cycle the same way that charging a dead phone to 100% is 1 cycle. Any time the charge amounts to adding 100% battery level over any time period, that's 1 cycle. High end estimates give about 1000 cycles before your battery capacity is 75-80% of original spec.
    10-23-2012 01:14 PM
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