<p><blockquote><hr>93tid wrote:<br><blockquote><hr>jakke wrote:<br><p>There isn't Mass Storage via USB or micro-SD card slot, but there is an additional 25GB of free storage on Microsoft SkyDrive cloud storage.<hr><p>Will Nokia pay my data bill when I get it from my operator ?<hr><br mce_bogus="1"><span data-mce-type="bookmark" id="__mce"><br data-mce-bogus="1"><p><br><p>All smartphones today have many features which are potentially big data users, and WLAN is the optimal way to use the largest consumers.
please go try finding free wifi in japan
other countries, if we need to transfer data, do we stand at the hotspot like an idiot waiting for it to finish?
There isn't Mass Storage via USB or micro-SD card slot, but there is an additional 25GB of free storage on Microsoft SkyDrive cloud storage.
Can you please confirm that there is a restriction on the file size you can store on Skydrive of 100MB max.
93tid wrote: Can you please confirm that there is a restriction on the file size you can store on Skydrive of 100MB max.
Yes, upload size is limited to 100 MB per file.
It is shameful of both Nokia and Microsoft for failing to include such a basic feature as USB mass storage access.
I have now owned my new Lumia 900 for one month and I am beginning to regret it -- mainly because this basic feature is missing. If Nokia and Microsoft lack the common sense to include such basic functionality, I have little hope that my future experience will be pleasant.
I was looking forward to the powerful camera and Zeiss lense. But because the interface to access and archive photos is so terrible (Nokia Reps. - don't bother replying about Microsoft's cloud feature - I've tried to embrace it and it's terrible), I am more inclined to unload my phone as quickly and painlessly as possible.