Nokia releases update for Lumia 900 to fix data connectivity problems

Nokia releases update for Lumia 900 to fix data connectivity problems

PanARMENIAN.Net - Nokia has worked quickly to provide owners of the newly launched Lumia 900 smartphone an update that will fix the data connectivity issues that some of the units have been experiencing, Neowin reports.

Late on Friday, April 13, the company announced that the promised software update for the Lumia 900 is now live and available to download, days ahead of Nokia's previously established schedule.

The update can be downloaded right now by connecting the Lumia 900 to Windows PC and using Zune to grab the update. Mac users can download the patch via the same method by using the Windows Phone 7 Connector software. WPCentral says that when the update is complete, the OS version should be 7.10.8112.7.

As we reported earlier this week, anyone who has already bought the Lumia 900 or plans to buy one by April 21st will still be able to get a $100 credit on their monthly AT&T bill as compensation for the smartphone's software problems.

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