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Mango Build 7712 for Developers Is Out
All the Windows Phone 7 developers out there can now start playing with the latest release of Mango (build 7712). Thanks on this tip go to XDA member eptesicus13 who let us know about the upcoming release, which includes the following changes:
New Windows Phone logo; the square one
The addition of Twitter and LinkedIn as accounts you can add
There are no additional tile color options
This is not the RTM build many had been hoping for. However, Microsoft is making available an updated Windows Phone SDK that they are calling the “Beta 2 Refresh”.
Update: heres a video in action
Originally posted by eptesicus13
mango build 7712 for developers is out
hey guys just saw on twitter that tomorrow microsoft will release a new build ( 7712 )for developers after the beta2 ( build 7661 ) that wil be very very close to the final build rtm wich is 7720.
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