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More reassurance for first generation Windows Phone users comes via Germany, where the HTC HD7 has started receiving the Windows Phone Tango update. The update brings the usual MMS and other small improvements, but makes no mention of WIFI tethering, a feature which it seems will not become widely available to first generation Windows Phones. Any other first generation handsets…

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We often hear about Nokia handsets getting the Tango update, but less often of the first generation handsets getting the software update. It is therefore welcome to hear that Bell Canada is pushing out the Windows Phone 7 Tango update to the HTC HD7 and the LG Optimus Quantum, particularly given that the carrier is no longer offering any Windows…

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Its been a long wait, with many frustrating disappearing keyboards, but the 8107 ROM update for the HTC HD7, which brings a variety of improvements, including a fix for the disappearing keyboard, is finally rolling out for the HTC HD7 on T-Mobile USA. The update was announced on the T-Mobile support forums, and some HTC HD7 owners have already received…

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DotCompt has just released a new HTC HD7 ROM running the latest public version of Windows Phone 7.5, 8107. The ROM is fully unlocked, with internet sharing with a static MAC address, comes in 23 languages and 19 accent colours, has the new apps from the HTC Titan, including the HTC Location and HTC Connected Media and the DeepShining super…

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According to a leaked internal memo Bell will start pushing out the 8107 Windows Phone 7 update, which famously fixes the “disappearing keyboard” issue, amongst others. The update will be pushed out in two waves, the first tomorrow and the next on the 25th, a week later, via on-device  update notifications. Interestingly the term “commercial refresh 1” suggests there may…

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T-Mobile has gotten rid of its last large-screened Windows Phone 7 handset, effectively leaving prospective Windows Phone 7 buyers with currently only the choice of the HTC Radar or in the near future the Nokia Lumia 710. Rightly or wrongly, buyers associate large screens with high end devices, effectively meaning if you want a high-end handset the only choice is…

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TmoNews reports the HTC HD7 and HTC Radar 4G are both getting an update tomorrow which will bring fixes to visual voice mail (the only US carrier which actually support it) and also bring performance improvements.  The update is likely the 7740 update which is slowly tricking out all around the world. Of more interest is that the update will…

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