SkyDrive (known as OneDrive) is a popular online cloud storage service. OneDrive is also offered as a mobile apps for various platforms like Android, Blackberry, Windows and Apple. Onedrive offer exciting features & tools that facilitate users to upload photos, videos and other documents. However, the most useful of all the available features is the 'Automatic upload'. It allow users to automatically sync & upload Nokia Lumia photos to SkyDrive. Here are the steps to automatically upload photos from Nokia Lumia 920 to SkyDrive: 1. Go to https://onedrive.live.com & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one. 2. If you have SkyDrive app installed on your phone, launch it. Or else download it from the App store. 3. Click "Start" button to go to the start screen on Nokia Lumia 920. 4. Go to "Photos" & tap "..." (3 horizontal dots) located at the bottom right corner on your phone screen. 5. Tap "Setting" & select "Applications". 6. Tap "Pictures+camera". 7. Tap "Auto upload SkyDrive", select "Upload (may use data plan)" option to automatically upload photos to SkyDrive. 8. All your photos will now be automatically uploaded to SkyDrive.
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