A couple of days ago, we reported that the Nokia Lumia 900 was launched with a glitch on board that prevented their devices from hooking on to a data network. Nokia attempted to pacify its customers by offering them $100 and promising them that a fix was on its way. If you have decided to keep your device instead of going back to the store for a refund, the good news for Lumia 900 customers or would-be customers is that the update is already here and has since been released. According to Nokia, the reason behind this problem was due to a problem Lumia 900’s memory management as opposed to a hardware problem. The update can be downloaded and installed on your Lumia 900 handset via the Zune software, but for more information on the bug and how to update your Lumia 900 device, head on down to Nokia’s website for the details. So Lumia 900 owners affected by this bug, has the update managed to resolve the issue?
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