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Get NoDo Update Via Zune – Windows Phone 7
If you have a Windows Phone 7, you must be aware of the latest NoDo update from Microsoft. XDA member Bonebreaker posted a great way to get your update via Zune software. The developer mentions this method should work for any WP7 retail device, just please read all instructions before proceeding. A how-to video is included in the original thread as well.
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Also the Dark Forces Team, well known for their work on the HTC HD2, presented a video showing NoDo working on a Leo, where you can see the missing copy/paste function working smoothly.
Originally posted by chris5105077
Get the NoDo Update right now!
Hint: Your phone must be unbranded or must have the “000-88″ registry hack applied if branded (“registry unbranding”). Be sure you are running the latest version of Zune.
This should work for all retail WP7 devices! You should start this guide from OS version 7008! (This should be automatically installed on a [registry] unbranded phone)
“Force NoDo” (March 2011) WP7 Update Guide:
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