A guy receives copy-and-paste for his WP handset after sending it to an OEM
The lad had a problem with the speaker of his Samsung Omnia 7, so he sent it to a service where they can repair it. After he received the phone, he noticed that the copy-paste function is available, but some other bugs - like the fact the camera settings can't be saved and the lack of fixed IP - are still there.
It's interesting to note that the build his phone has received is not NoDo - his Samsung Omnia 7 is running WP7 7.0.7355.0, while NoDo is said to be 7.0.7389.
The new update is scheduled to roll out in "early March", and all we hope for is that it won't mess up our phones like the previous WP upgrade.
source: XDA-Developers via Neowin
2. 7thspaceman (Posts: 1367; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
What the the microsoft update team must do is hurry up and buy all the models of the windows phone 7 devices that are for sale and give them the update before they make the update available to all so they can see what problems if any these differant models of the Windows phone 7 will have with the update software. if Microsoft see's a problem with the Phones in their lab they'ill know their windows phone 7 customers will have the same problem. Microsoft can make a fix on the update programs before they make them available to the public.