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Friday, 04 March 2011 10:58

Microsoft resumes Windows Phone 7 update to Samsung phones

Written by Nick Farell
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Glitch caused failure
Software giant Microsoft has resumed the roll-out of its first Windows Phone 7 update to Samsung phones after a glitch prompted the update to fail for certain users.

Redmond said sorry for the bug and worked out that it had fixed the problems that were preventing a small percentage of Windows Phones from installing the February software patch. It didn’t say much else about the fault.

It later added that 90 percent of people who received an update notification have installed the first new software patch successfully. Microsoft is saying that the patch is being rolled out to other phones this week and next week.


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-4 #1 GrumpyOldMan 2011-03-04 16:10
I can not even find out what rev this update is.

I haven't had an update on mine since I bought it. 7.04 and it says there is no updates. In the settings, I can update on my PC or the network. I have both.

I knew MS would botch this thing up. I am getting more and more pissed I can not find the apps I want for the Win7 phone.

How can you release a phone and then, only afterwards, give the developers the source code???

I wanna give this a shot, but if this doesn't improve by November, I am going droid. (and in MS time, improve = 4 years)

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