GDR2 update for Windows Phone 8 fixes low-res profile picture on Me tile
The good news for Windows Phone 8 users is that the GDR2 update fixes the problem and returns your smiling face to the hi-res goodness that it deserves. Some models have the update installed out of the box, like the Nokia Lumia 1020 and the Nokia Lumia 925. Non-carrier branded Windows Phone 8 models have started to receive the update while those units purchased from a mobile operator should start getting it next month. For those with Nokia Lumia models, the update will be combined with the manufacturer's own Amber update.
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1. Credo (Posts: 695; Member since: 19 Apr 2012)
Microsoft is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to slow updating it's OS, come on .... you are such a BIG company with hell of enough of cashh, why is it taking so long ???
3. juandante (Posts: 446; Member since: 23 Apr 2013)
Forget about the struggling Microsoft guys
Just forget about them and their arrogance, there are other good OS :D
4. Credo (Posts: 695; Member since: 19 Apr 2012)
True but i don't want another OS, i'll stick with my outdated Windows Phone, sorry Microsoft but it's true :) tired of waiting ...
5. lorenzattractor (Posts: 66; Member since: 27 Apr 2012)
I don't think that Microsoft takes too long updating their OS (or maybe they do). I think the problem with them is that they take too long to add simple, yet necessary features to Windows Phone. A few updates a year is not that bad, after all, other OS's only have one update a year. But that's just me.
2. Penny (Posts: 1308; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
It is a live tile problem, not a camera problem. Camera's taking its normal shots at normal resolutions, but the "Me" live tile is displaying the image at a lower quality than it should. That's the problem from what I understand.
Unless you are saying that the "Me" live tile is going back to the original image and downsizing its resolution somehow, if that is the case.
7. clevername (Posts: 1435; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
This'll be the second big update since wp8, and a third scheduled before its bday. 3 major updates a year ain't bad. I wouldn't call that too slow. I think it just seems that way because the updates are talked about way in advance.