Windows Phone 7.8 has had its fair share of issues in the past when it first rolled out, including one that saw it consume plenty of data that irked those who were on a limited data plan. Well, there were also other issues that accompanied this long awaited update, which would include the system’s live tiles acting up erratically. It did not take too long before Microsoft thought it better to stop all distribution of the update, which will hopefully buy them some time to fix some of the issues raised up.
It looks like D-Day is finally here, as there is a brand new Windows Phone 7.8 update that is ready to be propagated among users of Windows Phone 7.5-powered smartphones, where it will now come under the distribution of build 8860. No official changelog is yet available, so there is no way to verify just what this particular update will be able to do, but hopefully that the live tile issue will no longer be one. Have you given this update a go, and has it fixed your live tile woes?
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