SkyDrive or OneDrive is a cloud storage solution where people can store and share their photos, documents across multiple devices. SkyDrive allows you to access your photos & files from devices like smartphones, tablets, desktop computers etc. You can use SkyDrive for personal or professional use. Here you can create, share & edit documents just like you do in Google Drive. OneDrive offers storage space of 7GB absolutely free to all its users.
Here are the steps to upload photos from Nokia Lumia 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 phone.
4. Go to "Pictures" & select "Camera Roll" option.
5. Tap photos that you want to upload.
6. Tap "..." (3 horizontal dots) located at the bottom right side corner on your phone screen.
7. Click "Share on Skydrive".
8. Select "Send photo icon" located at bottom on the screen & you will see the message "Uploading to SkyDrive".
9. All your photos will now be uploaded to SkyDrive.
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