While Microsoft still have yet to rectify the Windows Phone 7 upgrade problems with the Samsung Omnia, it looks like Samsung has decided to take measures into its own hands. The Korean manufacturer seems to have discovered a way to fix the errors that the WP7 Build 7392 update was causing to the Omnia 7. Samsung has just released an official Update Support Tool for their Omnia 7 phones.
Users have to install the tool and the Samsung USB drivers for the phone and then follow the instructions provided by the update tool to get the latest update for the Omnia 7. No word on whether this tool works, since I don’t have an Omnia 7 to verify, but for those of you who give it a try, let us know in the comments.
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