Pokemon Go developer, Niantic, has finally responded to fans angered about the recent update which changed up the tracking system in the augmented reality title so drastically. Though considering Niantic’s reputation as being tight lipped, this could be seen as a step in the right direction. For weeks, players thought that there was a bug in the Pokemon Go app that made it seem as though every Pokemon was three steps away. The Facebook post assured users that the team would be continuing to look at the system, and re-implement it with improvements. Another thing fans were upset about was how the update shut down some third-party Pokemon tracking sites.
While other sites, such as Pokemaps and Pokemon Radar, still seem to be operational, the systematic removal of these sorts of sites and in-game tracking may present a potential problem for hardcore players.
If none of that really answered questions you have, at least the latest update wasn’t all doom and gloom. And finally, you can now save yourself from accidentally transferring your favorite Pokemon thanks to the elimination of the transfer button from the bottom of the game’s details screen. Updated on 8-1-2016 by Mike Epstein: added reports about third-party trackers being shut down. Windows Phone 8.1 has arrived and it will be rolling out to devices over the next few months. Updated on 4-3-2014 by Simon Hill: Updated to add black screen during calls, camera not working glitch, and duplicate song problem. A lot of few people have encountered persistent problems with their screen going black whenever they make or receive a call on their Windows Phone 8 device.
If you tap the power button twice the screen should blink back to life, but you may have to act quickly to end the call.
Some people have reported success by pushing on the screen where the proximity sensor is located, which suggests a build issue. You could ask for a replacement unit, although some people have encountered the same issue on more than one device. Try pressing and holding the camera button for a couple of seconds and see if that starts it. If the problem persists then it’s time to talk to your retailer, carrier, or manufacturer about a replacement handset.
A lot of people have run into issues with their music collections on Windows Phone 8 devices. Create a folder called Music on the blank card and manually drag and drop all the music you want into that folder. When you want to add new tracks take the SD card out of the phone and put it in your computer and drag and drop the new track into the folder, then put the card back in your phone. A lot of people suffer from a flaw in the WP8 system which caused the available storage to gradually fill up.
Nokia released a Storage Check tool which can help you gain an insight into what is eating up space and clear away temporary files.
There is also a free app called Shrink Storage which enables you to fill your storage and then restart your device and trigger the clear up to empty it out. Try restarting your device by holding down the Power button for 10 seconds then tapping to turn it on again.
Go to Settings and make sure that Battery saver isn’t turned on as it can disconnect you in order to save power. Uninstall the app you are having a problem with, restart your device, then reinstall the app to see if that helps. There have been a lot of reports about people listening to music and finding that they are unable to change the volume using the volume buttons during a specific track – the volume doesn’t change until the track has ended. Low volume that won’t change is generally associated with a specific app, use an alternative and you shouldn’t have the same problem. Toward the end of last year a number of WP8 users began to complain about random rebooting.
A number of WP8 users with Nokia Lumia 920 handsets reported wildly fluctuating screen brightness, possibly due to the Portico update. You could disable auto-brightness and set the phone to Medium brightness just to prevent it from changing repeatedly. Some users reported success, or at least a reduced fluctuation, by turning on the phone in a completely dark environment and allowing the sensors to calibrate to the darkness.
If you find your WP8 device just freezes and the touchscreen is unresponsive then you are not alone. Some people have reported that turning Wi-Fi off solves the freezing problem, but obviously it also deprives you of Wi-Fi, which is no good as a long-term fix. Some users have complained that their WP8 device is running out of battery juice very quickly. A number of apps have been cited as potential drains including Nokia Drive Beta, various messenger and music apps, and even some games.

Reports of problems syncing email accounts and also sending or receiving texts or emails have cropped up. If step 1 doesn’t work then try turning off Wi-Fi and mobile data and then reboot the phone and turn them on again. If you still have problems, try unlinking your Microsoft account from your Skype account and repeat the process from step 1. These are the main WP8 issues we’ve come across so far and the potential solutions and workarounds you’ll need to deal with them. Updated on 02-09-2014 by Simon Hill: Updated to add “other” storage bug, push notifications problem, and volume won’t change bug.
Although it did claim to be taking user complaints seriously and looking to address the issue, it seemed to mostly dance around the questions of the community, not answering anything in any great detail. Instead of fixing this with the app update, Niantic just decided to do away with the number of steps altogether. According to Kotaku, one of the most popular of these, Pokevision, which allowed fans to track Pokemon by reporting and aggregating information on where they caught specific Pokemon, shut down around the same time as the update. As Pokevision creator Yangcheng Liu pointed out on Twitter, the combined removal of the internal and external tracking features is going to make it hard to actively track Pokemon. Your phone will restart and the camera should be working again, but the problem might reoccur. Go into Settings > Phone storage and tap on the bar to get a breakdown of categories and see how much space your music and videos, pictures, apps, and system are taking up. The “other” category will still fill up, but it should be automatically cleared out when the storage reaches capacity.
You should also check your limits in the Data Sense app and make sure it isn’t restricting you.
This bug also impacts ringtones, which no longer fade the music in and out when a call comes in.
The issue seemed to be common on the HTC 8X and Nokia Lumia 920, although it didn’t affect every handset.
It seems a bug may have been introduced that impacts on the auto-brightness and causes the screen to flicker as it struggles to find the right brightness setting. This could be caused by poorly optimized apps, syncing problems, or something else entirely. Some users have reported both apps as major battery hogs, but insist that uninstalling and reinstalling results in improved performance. Nokia advised people to exit apps using the back button so that they close rather than continue to run in the background. For some WP8 users this issue has also affected their contacts and other accounts on the device. This should resolve the issue and you should be able to reinstall the Skype app without further problems. If you’ve encountered any other Windows Phone 8 problems then feel free to post a comment and share them.
That means that all you know now about the location of your next capture is that it’s somewhere in the general vicinity. When it comes to battle, Damage Per Second (DPS) has been improved for almost all moves, which is said to make combat all the more entertaining.
In this roundup, we take a look at common WP8 issues that have been reported by users, and we try to find good workarounds or solutions.
If you look in the folder on your phone there will only be one track, but in the music app you’ll see multiple copies. This can result in issues with apps like Facebook or WhatsApp where no notifications come through, but when you open the app there are a ton of updates queued up. We’d also love to hear from anyone with a solution for any WP8 issue that has worked for them.
Lots of nests across the globe are now spawning different species, which is keeping things interesting for those who have been playing for quite some time now. If you’ve encountered any of these Windows Phone 8 problems and you know of a good solution that hasn’t been mentioned, then please post a comment and we’ll add it just as soon as we can. Unfortunately, this category fills up and there is no way of clearing it out without wiping the phone.
Many Windows Phone 8 users have been complaining about push notifications not working properly on the platform with a number of popular apps. Obviously turning off NFC, Wi-Fi, mobile data, and other phone features when they aren’t needed is a good start.

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