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Windows Phone 7 : Updating Your Phone Software

11/26/2010 9:03:45 AM
Some smartphones receive their software updates over the airwaves. Windows Phone is designed to receive its software updates via the companion Zune software on your PC. You’ll see a notification on your phone when an update is available. Just plug your phone into your PC, and Zune will do the rest.

1. Download an Update

  1. Connect your phone to your PC via the USB cable, and then open the Zune software. (If this is the first time you are connecting your phone to your PC, you are prompted to install the software.)

  2. In the Zune software, click Settings.

  3. Click Phone.

  4. Click Phone Update.

  5. When the update is finished, click OK.


Tip:

Zune PC software isn’t just for updates.



Tip:

Although you use your PC to install updates, your phone can also let you know when they’re available. Tap Settings > Phone Update to see or modify your notification settings.


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