Updates for Windows Phone 7 Released By Microsoft

Microsoft this week released update build 8107 for the Windows Phone 7 platform, providing solutions to problems such as the disappearing keyboard, location privacy bug and voice mail notifications. Additional features of the update include enhanced Gmail syncing and a fix for an issue with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.

No fix was provided, however, for the ongoing SMS bug, which crashes the Windows Phone Messaging hub in response to a user opening a text, Windows Live or Facebook message that has been created with malicious intent. Currently users have to hard reset their devices in order to regain access to the Message hub.

Microsoft this week released update build 8107 for the Windows Phone 7 platform, providing solutions to problems such as the disappearing keyboard, location privacy bug and voice mail notifications. Additional features of the update include enhanced Gmail syncing and a fix for an issue with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.

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