Windows Phone 7 update for HTC HD7 released

HTC HD7

HTC HD7 users on T-Mobile should be in for a treat today. According to PocketNow, the 7392 build update for Windows Phone 7 started rolling out today. The security update that started rolling out awhile ago on other phones will bring the HD7’s security up to date with the whole issue it had with fraudulent third-party digital certificates from Comodo.

It’s good to see that all the other WP7 devices are receiving their updates on time, despite the hiccups Microsoft has been facing with the Samsung phones. Hopefully they’ll manage to sort out everything on time for the Mango update later this year. Backup your files and run the Zune desktop client to update your phone, let us know if everything goes smoothly.

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