Nokia Lumia 920, 820 Receives Patch

Nokia has confirmed that it's released a software update for the Lumia 920 and 820 to address user complaints pertaining to battery life, Bluetooth connection and startup.

The over-the-air update will cover the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 for all AT&T customers in the U.S., as well as Rogers subscribers in Canada. The changes will deliver "more efficient and reliable Bluetooth connectivity" and "more efficient and reliable startup sequence".

Also included in the patch is "enhancements in imaging performance and battery management," "enhancements in messaging" and "additional platform updates and enhancements".

Nokia said that other global users will see the patch in early February via Microsoft. The software giant will also release a patch this month that will offer support to decline calls through SMS, accompanied by improvements for the web browser, LTE and the overall stability of Windows Phone 8 devices.


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  • So a patch that deals with technical issues of the phone is only available through a certain network and everyone else gets shafted and has to wait for the already known to be working patch? It's not even a few weeks, but a couple of months. That is seriously bad support from Nokia and with these known issues and delays in a support fix, the sale of units should drop seriously.
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  • So many problems already? The phone just landed in my country a few days.
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  • SchizoFrogSo a patch that deals with technical issues of the phone is only available through a certain network and everyone else gets shafted and has to wait for the already known to be working patch? It's not even a few weeks, but a couple of months. That is seriously bad support from Nokia and with these known issues and delays in a support fix, the sale of units should drop seriously.

    That's no different than Android. It can take months to get bug fixes. Depends if with Windows Phone 8 they have to get carrier approval before pushing it out. That is a huge problem for Android users. I know Motorola and other Android OEM's have to submit every little software update, even patches for bugs, to Verizon for approval before it can be sent out, and Verizon has never approved them in a timely fashion.
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