09-19-2012, 10:45 PM #4
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I received the same 2175.2301.8779.12224 firmware update too. I'm curious to know what this update fixes/includes...
Only other item I found online was this:
Re: New firmware update for Lumia 900 - Rogers Community
09-20-2012, 03:23 PM #7
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Hmmm, I'm still on 12222, but haven't plugged in to check for an update yet.
Fellow Rogers Lumia 900 members, I don't want to hijack this thread, but I have to ask. With the Mango update, are you guys able to record a video and send it via SMS? I have only been successful once in doing so, apart from that anytime I try to attach a video it goes through the process but never shows up in the message :(
Is it Rogers or it is my phone?
- 09-20-2012, 07:56 PM #8
I got the update too for this firmware 2175.2301.8779.12224, but if you look a little bite down, you will see that the radio software and hardware versions have changed too as well as the SOC version.
Ho! And my Marketplace logo Have changed too ... it have an "n" on the box :)
- 09-21-2012, 11:59 AM #9
I just got more infos about the update. Kenny from Nokia (via the chat support) listed me the changes made:
- The updates enhanced sensitivity for proximity sensor performance;
- Latest version of Flip to silence (silence incoming calls by turning your phone face down);
- Performance enhancements when phone starts up;
- Enhanced camera performance, including improvements when launching the camera while the phone is locked;
- and finally, some applications will be enhance (this explain why marketplace logo is changed).
So, that's it! ... and I tried to ask "when we will have the next Windows Phone 7.8 update" ... I got a big preset answer :P ... too bad!
- 09-21-2012, 07:20 PM #10
Yet more signs how much Nokia is taking care of their own. Main reason I will be sporting a Nokia with WP8. Happy for you all, and I am sure none of you need to rush to grab anything new. The 900 will be supported."Life is hard. But it is harder when you are stupid."
09-21-2012, 08:50 PM #12
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Nokia's commitment and support to WP is unrivaled so far.
If any of the other OEMs hope to be the top WP handset maker, they will need to seriously need to rethink their customer service and support.
There are a few tech geeks that care about little specs here or there. But most people really just want a pleasant experience. And only a small portion of that is actually the hardware.
- 09-23-2012, 11:13 PM #17
Yeah, no update on AT&T here yet either. And yup, I"m all over the 920 as soon as it's out. Nokia has proven time and time again that they stand behind their products. I paid nothing for this White 900 due to the $100 back from Nokia and everything about the phone is rock solid as of now.
-joe-Had 'em all. Every iPhone since day one, Androids out the ****.
DVP, Lumia 900, now a Yellow 920. Windows Phone is elegant, simple. Nuff Said.