HTC gives early updaters its own Windows Phone 7 update


HTC sure loves its updates. The company has been incredibly consistent in releasing them for its Android devices, and now it seems that it will keep trend going for Microsoft's latest mobile operating system by releasing Windows Phone 7's first manufacturer update.

The new software was only pushed out to unofficially NoDo-updated HTC phones, which means that Microsoft and its partners are obviously keeping tabs on the jailbroken community. There aren't any accompandying release notes, but it's probably just a bunch of fixes. Regardless of how good Microsoft may be at developing its software, there will still be problems; HTC must have just decided to solve the issues themselves.

I think that this is a precursor to any action Microsoft may decide to take on the early updating. They may not do anything drastic, but they obviously think that it's a problem, and so do their partners.

[Windows Phone Thoughts]
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