Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7 Update’

During Microsoft’s MIX11 developer conference in Las Vegas, the Redmond company announcing new improvements to Windows Phone 7 that will give developers for the platform more power to get the most out of the fledgling operating system.

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NoDo, the elusive Windows Phone 7 update that brings such liveliness as copy and paste to the platform has been rolling out slowly for a week or so now. The problem is, you need to wait for your particular carrier to deem you worthy of such a fantastic update, as if you haven’t suffered enough. Now thanks to a clever chappy with a blog post, you too can copy and paste to your heart’s content.

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The world of Windows Phone 7 is starting to hot up these days, with the infamous NoDo update starting to roll out to lucky handset owners. Now the fledgling OS is in the headlines once again thanks to ‘The Dark Force Team’, a group of hackers who sprung to fame when they managed to get WP7 onto the popular HTC HD2 hardware.

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Microsoft has finally rolled out the much awaited Windows Phone 7 update, dubbed “NoDo”, for all Windows Phone 7 users, which among other improvements, brings copy/paste functionality to Windows Phone 7 devices.

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When Microsoft pushed out its pre-update, err, update they didn’t expect any issues. Granted it was the first update to the fledgling mobile OS but what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, quite a bit. Reports of users having their handsets ‘bricked’ during the update are rife across the web, with Samsung’s hardware apparently suffering more than others.

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The official Windows Phone Blog has confirmed that the first Windows Phone 7 update is going to be rolled out starting from today. But unfortunately, don’t expect this update to add new functionality such as copy and paste to your WP7 device. In fact this is just a small update for Windows Phones to prepare them for the first proper update which is due for release in March.

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