Accessing Telegram’s app data solves this problem since it’s now possible to copy the entire media files in one go. In addition to this, it shows both the installation path and the data path for all the apps which is what I was referring to. You can get the app and installation instructions from the app’s XDA forum here.
To complete this walkthrough, you must have Microsoft Office Excel and Microsoft Office Wordor later versions, installed on your computer. Your computer might show different names or locations for some of the Visual Studio user interface elements in the following instructions. The Visual Studio edition that you have and the settings that you use determine these elements.
If not, just use the flip button to correct their position. Here, you can view a list of all the installed apps on your Windows phone. Simply select “WhatsApp” from the list and tap on the “Create Backup” button. Kindly make sure that WhatsApp should not be running in the background. Backup all data from your android or iOS devices to PC/Mac to avoid data loss. I occasionally use Telegram but don’t like the idea of having to export individual media files.
The app is still in beta but is available and working. When you’re finished, restart the computer for the settings to take effect. When you log back onto the computer with the built-in Administrator account, Metro apps will be accessible. You can download Interop Tools by Gustave from here. First of all you need to enable the Developer mode in your Windows 10 Mobile. Now select Developer Mode feature from Choose Developer features area. You will then write code to add an Office Word document that contains an icon that is linked to the Excel worksheet.
While the tool is not restricted to Microsoft Lumia devices, it seems to have access to the restricted keys for only Lumia phones only. With version 22.214.171.124 app gained the ability to bypass few Microsoft controls and load various packages directly into app without bypassing them from Microsoft Store. In addition you will see a new option called “S EXPERIMENTAL” right after starting the app. Normally, this should be a red flag as developers do this all the time to test their apps, but it is not recommended to install random AppX files found on the internet. A new tool just released by Gustave M (@gus33000) lets those on non-interop unlocked devices edit their registries, which could let users tinker around with the OS.
Windows 10 ARM project for phones is getting even better January 5, WhatsApp will soon stop working on all Windows Phones December 31, C has features that simplify access to Office API objects. Is there a command line interface on the Lumiavia the Interop Tools app? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Basically what you can do with this app is change various device registry keys, certificates, application behavior even device info too. Furthermore, other app can also access the Interop Tools too via App service. The application would automatically detect both the devices and will display their snapshots. In this case, the source phone should be a Windows device while the destination phone will be an Android.