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The new feature for Windows 8 phone handsets was announced by Microsoft on 15th December, 2012. The feature enables the storage expansion and installing of the downloaded apps via a micro SD. This can be done even if the phone does not have an internet option. The post on the official Microsoft website read that the web Store now supports the apps to be installed via an SD card and most of the windows 8 phones support it.
All that is needed to be done is look for the "Download and install manually" link on the app's detail page. The downloaded app can be copied to an SD and installed on the phone. A step-by-step instruction has also been provided by Microsoft. To install the app from SD card, one should insert the SD card in to the phone. Tap Store and then Tap SD, finally tap install to get the procedure done.
Microsoft had rolled out its recent update for the Windows Phone 8 Os. The software giant has also tried to fix the problems with Wi-Fi connections which beleaguered the handsets running on this platform. The update is called Portico and the users who recently switched to Windows phone 8 may have noticed the lapsing Wi-Fi connectivity when the screen is locked.
The early adopters faced the problem of random reboots peculiar to certain handsets. Microsoft claimed that the problems have been identified and solutions that can be easily procured by users shall be delivered soon.