HTC HD7 owners to receive the WP7 NoDo update later today?

HTC HD7 owners to receive the WP7 NoDo update later today?
On March 24 we informed you that T-Mobile is "testing" the NoDo update on its handsets, a process which, according to Microsoft, lasts 10 days or less. Five days have passed since then, and now we are greeted with the leak that HTC HD7 owners can expect their devices to receive NoDo later today. 

This leak will surely ease the pain of some of the WP7 T-Mo users, as it's an undeniable fact there is a mass disappointment and disillusionment with the continuing Windows Phone 7 update fiasco.

NoDo is set to be the first major update of the platform, while the second update - widely known by its codename, which is Mango - is expected to arrive in early 2012.

source: TmoNews

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5. Android

Posts: 21; Member since: Dec 04, 2010

Just updated this afternoon through my Zune software on my PC. My Question is. How do you use Copy and Paste?

4. SemperFiV12

Posts: 949; Member since: Nov 09, 2010

Hope future updates go more smoothly than this one, because it is apparent that people these days have NO patience. And hopefully MS learns to be a bit more open regarding information and stop giving false hope. Small hiccups like this can really really hurt a young OS like WP7... MS better be on their stuff from now on.

3. jhnorman unregistered

Just got my NoDo on my HD7. Didn't see it until I docked with my laptop. Had to upgrade Zune software first. Then it went perfectly. Whole process took 15 minutes. :-)

2. corps1089

Posts: 492; Member since: Jan 20, 2010

Undeniable fact? by what data is that based on? PhoneArena should start listing authors in thier articles so I can start skipping some...

1. jaysee unregistered

nice! any one know if the update will pop up without having a internet plan just wifi?

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