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One week without donuts. My experience post NoDo on the Focus

It’s been nearly a week since I successfully updated my Samsung Focus with the Windows Phone NoDo update. My impressions thus far are positive. Since the time the update was released wpcentral has become aware of some additional items that

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NoDo fixes WeatherBug Live Tile

When I first got my Windows Phone my weather app of choice was WeatherBug. While comparable to other weather apps such as The Weather Channel app, I always preferred it. WeatherBug always seemed to load radar animations much faster than

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AT&T Windows Phone Updates: My NoDo update experience

How to update As reported by various sources, the AT&T Windows Phone NoDo update started to be pushed to the Samsung Focus and LG Quantum on 4/19. See this page for a list of what is offered in the update.

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NODO Updates for ATT Finally Here + Extra Software

Well it has finally happened. NODO has moved out of the “testing” phase for the Samsung Focus and LG Quantum and into the “scheduling” phase. Scheduling means the update should be delivered in approximately 10 business days or less. You’ll

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April 13, still no definite NODO date for ATT customers

I have to believe there is something going on behind the scenes with the ATT devices, Samsung Focus, LG Quantum, and HTC Surround. Eric Hautala has updated the Windows Phone Blog this morning stating, “We’re eager to share progress. But

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Still Waiting for NODO? Be Patient.

So it is 7 days into April and many still have not had the NODO “February” update pushed to their WP7 devices. It’s been a long wait, and many of the more technical savvy have turned to some really incredible

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What a difference a day makes, Microsoft communicates (sort of), and a call to action

I really do believe Microsoft is trying to communicate better. Over the past year I’ve been very impressed by the amazing support via Twitter for many of their products including Zune, XBox, and Office. Their podcasts (Windows Phone Radio &

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