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H*ll freezes over...Microsoft shows how to interact with customers...
DonM
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http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Counting-Down-to-Mix/Countdown-to-MIX11-Joe-Belfiore-Talks-Phone#c634...

 

http://www.mobileburn.com/news.jsp?Id=13768

 

Microsoft apologizes for Windows Phone 7 update tardiness

 

Microsoft's vice president of the Windows Phone program, Joe Belfiore, has taken to the Channel 9 developer's site to apologize for the slow deployment of the NoDo update for Windows Phone 7.

 

"First, I was wrong when I said that most people have received the February update," said Belifore. "There are many of you who have yet to receive it, and I don't blame you for speaking up and pointing out my mistake." In order for theupdate to hit customers' phones, both Microsoft and carriers have to sign off on it. This process is unsurprisingly taking longer than expected, something Android users are all too familiar with.

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Re: H*ll freezes over...Microsoft shows how to interact with customers...
Dad-Bill
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If you think the Android operating system has bugs then try microsoft anything!

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Re: H*ll freezes over...Microsoft shows how to interact with customers...
DonM
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Dad-Bill wrote:

If you think the Android operating system has bugs then try microsoft anything!


 

My first smartphone was a Samsung Omnia. I kept a page and half list of registry hacks handy to apply after a hard reset just to get the phone working in a manner I felt was acceptable.

 

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M91-30
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DonM wrote:

http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Counting-Down-to-Mix/Countdown-to-MIX11-Joe-Belfiore-Talks-Phone#c634...

 

http://www.mobileburn.com/news.jsp?Id=13768

 

Microsoft apologizes for Windows Phone 7 update tardiness

 

Microsoft's vice president of the Windows Phone program, Joe Belfiore, has taken to the Channel 9 developer's site to apologize for the slow deployment of the NoDo update for Windows Phone 7.

 

"First, I was wrong when I said that most people have received the February update," said Belifore. "There are many of you who have yet to receive it, and I don't blame you for speaking up and pointing out my mistake." In order for theupdate to hit customers' phones, both Microsoft and carriers have to sign off on it. This process is unsurprisingly taking longer than expected, something Android users are all too familiar with.


okay, but when will they apologize for never releasing 6.5.3 to the omnia 2, or how about them apologizing for the abomination that was kin1 and kin2.

 

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Re: H*ll freezes over...Microsoft shows how to interact with customers...
DonM
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M91-30 wrote:

 

okay, but when will they apologize for never releasing 6.5.3 to the omnia 2, or how about them apologizing for the abomination that was kin1 and kin2.

 


ROFL, my wife wanted one of those. Thankfully Verizon quit selling those {word filter avoidance} phone for a while and she bought something else.

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