Microsoft’s mobile operating system – Windows Phone 7 has been hit with another bout of bad luck. This time the problem affects Samsung WP7 devices again, but it’s not the Focus that has been experiencing trouble – it’s the Omnia 7 instead. Apparently the recently released NoDo update for Windows Phone 7 doesn’t work too well with the Omnia 7 – there is a technical issue with the update package that can cause the phone to be bricked.
Because of this hiccup, the Redmond giants have stopped pushing out the NoDo update to all Omnia 7 phones and consumers have been left to use their Samsung WP7 phones without the added benefits of the update. No word on how long it will take Microsoft to fix the problem, but we’ll keep you posted. How many of you have had problems upgrading your Samsung Omnia 7 to WP7 NoDo?
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