It looks like the talk on everybody’s lips this weekend seems to be about Windows Phone 7, and for a good reason. Apparently, the final working build of the operating system update – Mango has been leaked into the wild and made available to the public. Discovered by the folks over at XDA-developers, the build of Mango is known as build 7720 and requires the post-NoDo update (7392) in order to work. However, folks on beta versions of the OS (7661 and 7712) have been able to upgrade to the final version of Mango later without any problems.
So, if you’re hungry for Twitter integration, multi-tasking, and more – head over to the XDA-developers forums for the full instructions and files. Make sure you know what you’re doing and backup your phone as usual – you never know what could go wrong. The update has been confirmed to work on the HD7, Mozard, Trophy, Focus, Arrive, Venue Pro and Optimus 7. If you do attempt the update, let us know how it goes.
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- Seen at: engadget