Windows Phone 7 “NoDo” update starts rolling out

The first major update to the Windows Phone 7 is reportedly being rolled out to carrier startings on 3/22/2011. Yet it appears, according to Mary Jo Foley at CNET, that some phones may not see the update for weeks.

Overall, this coupled with the announcement of new phones across the different carriers is good news, but for those, like myself, who are actively watching and waiting it is again a disappointment.

Complaining will do us little good, so lets prepare. For those of you waiting for the update it will be good to familiarize yourself with the changes included in this update and also the update process itself. It is important to note that you cannot initiate the update yourself, you have to wait till your carrier makes it available to your phone. You will be notified on the phone, and also in the Zune software/ Mac Connector if you check for updates there. I will document in detail the update process when I get the notification and post that on mwgeek.

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