Remember the keyboard issue that arrived with the Mango update to Windows Phone sometime last year? It’s been awhile but it looks like Microsoft has finally rolled out a fix for it. There have been reports of people with unlocked Windows Phone devices receiving a new update today. The update brings the phone up to version 7.10.8107.79 and includes a whole bunch of fixes.
Firstly the update fixes the on-screen keyboard disappearing during typing, Gmail syncing issues, location access issues, an encryption issue, an email issue related to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, and a voicemail notification issue. Keep an eye out for the update notification to hit your phone, and as usual – be sure to backup all your data just in case something goes wrong.
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