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.
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.
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.
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.