Last month Microsoft released a small update for Windows Phone 7 devices, the update was designed to get handsets ready for the first major update to Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS.
When the update was released, a number of Samsung WP7 handset owners reported problems with the update, which even bricked some devices and Microsoft subsequently pulled the update.
Well it looks like Microsoft has fixed the problems, and they recently announced on their Windows Phone Blog, that the update for Windows Phone 7 for Samsung devices is once again available.
Starting today, we plan to resume rolling out the February update to Samsung phones. Meanwhile, we’re continuing to dispatch the update to other Windows Phone models. As has been the case, the software patch is being sent out on a rolling schedule. You’ll see a message on your phone when it’s available.
If any of our readers own a Samsung Windows Phone 7 device, and receive the update, let us know in the comments below as we are interested to find out if Microsoft has fixed the issues for Samsung owners.
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