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Windows Phone 7 NoDo: Update To Hit AT&T Phones April 19th

April 16, 2022 | Mike Smith

If you’re a Windows Phone 7 user then these last few months must have been very frustrating for you, back in January we posted about the ongoing confusion regarding the latest WP7 update, following this confusion we then brought you news about the software rollout hitting unbranded handsets.

If you’re an AT&T customer that uses a Windows Phone 7 device then we may be able to bring you a bit of good news for once regarding your handset, it appears that the latest NoDo WP7 software update could be hitting your device within the next few days by April 19th.

According to a post from George Wong news of this official update comes courtesy of a leaked internal e-mail from AT&T, in this e-mail it claims that customers should be receiving two updates, the first is to prepare the device ready for the second NoDo update.

This much awaited update will bring additional functions along with copy and paste which has been in high demand by customers since last year when Windows Phone 7 was released. You can read more on the upcoming NoDo update by heading over to Ubergizmo here.

Although this update is being promised to hit handsets in a couple of days we can’t help but be a little skeptical, if you also share our concerns then you should check out this post from Winrumors. In this post they will guide you through how they managed to bypass the servers to receive the NoDo update.

What are your thoughts on this? Do you think Microsoft have taken too long to roll out this update?

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  • Forget it

    When will they fix the freezing problem? Office looks great on the phone but don’t use it will make phone freeze. Turned my windows 7 surround back in yesterday after being talked to getting it for upgrade from iPhone. Have had to go back to store more than 6 times since just to get it to work. Office, linked contacts mess up, wouldn’t connect with google mail, turned it back to AT&T they can keep it. AT&T wouldn’t even let me swap upgrade after all of that. Great customer service AT&T for your sorry phones Back to my old iPhone and I will stay there. AT&T knows where they can go as well