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Official: copy-paste coming to Windows Phone 7 next month

14 February, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
Official: copy-paste coming to Windows Phone 7 next month - read the full textMicrosoft had other things to say at MWC this year, apart from the new partnership with Nokia. It seems the copy and paste functionality is coming to Windows Phone 7 owners next month via a "major update". We didn't get much further details on this update, though. But Andy Lees, President of...

 

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hello. Nokia will get WP7.5 in October.

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  • 2011-02-17 13:11
  • t7Xh

This multitasking is not very inexpressive the only real multitasking I saw was the music app. And just having music running in the background is real multitasking. But lets wait and see maybe more will come.

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  • 2011-02-17 11:42
  • pqxS

> In reply to phone arena @ 2011-02-16 07:14 from wHrS - click to readyea beacuae its full of bugs

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  • 2011-02-17 11:20
  • pKS{

What about flash player for wp7?

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  • 2011-02-17 10:53
  • tu6}

it is so dire that every new OS has less and less of the original features - copy-paste are fundamental functions of WP6.5 ond every old version before that should never have been omitted... do MS not learn the only reasons people stuck with them rather than get an iphone was practical functionality for business users, but then they went and lost it all themselves!

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  • 2011-02-17 10:40
  • nFFu

> In reply to Droid Rampage @ 2011-02-16 16:07 from q{6L - click to readWhy not have the copy-paste functionality from the get-go anyway? Decades-old phones have had that feature. Why not the so-called "smart" phones?

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  • 2011-02-17 05:07
  • UD}w

> In reply to htc @ 2011-02-15 14:33 from 0Utn - click to readmeego is not an android skin. in fact, it's more of a traditional linux distro when compared to android. if you want real applications and not fancy gui types, a simple recompile of most *nix-based software should run on it. it's too bad maemo, and now meego will lose traction being abandoned by commercial outfits. i'm not saying this is the beginning of the demise of these platforms but rather, i'm rooting for them to flourish. years from now, i'd rather be able to easily install a new os on my phone when the mood strikes me, much like i can with a computer right now.

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  • 2011-02-17 02:07
  • Rbqc

> In reply to adythegreat @ 2011-02-16 13:49 from U@9q - click to readAnything about Nokia is deadly for a Nokia fanboy. Even the N96 was deadly. Too bad the figures don't support its deadliness, hahahahaha

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  • 2011-02-16 20:15
  • sHa%

> In reply to Jay @ 2011-02-16 14:19 from n7}x - click to readyes atleast one thing good about it......

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  • 2011-02-16 16:21
  • v{VK

> In reply to smugs r us @ 2011-02-16 15:47 from t7Xh - click to readTo be fair, the iPhone took 1 year and 8 months before they implement the Copy and Paste feature. WP7 is getting it in just a few months after its initial release.

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  • 2011-02-16 16:07
  • q{6L

> In reply to Jay @ 2011-02-16 14:19 from n7}x - click to readoh, and it's not winmo. It's windows phone. And I am sure these two turkeys won't release wpWHATEVERNUMBERTHEYGIVE just like that. It will be the end of them in the mobile segment.

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  • 2011-02-16 15:47
  • t7Xh

> In reply to Jay @ 2011-02-16 14:19 from n7}x - click to readthose will be addressed in the future. Bing Maps is powered by Navteq, owned by Nokia, and now that they have partnered...

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  • 2011-02-16 15:44
  • t7Xh

Winmo7 is crap,

http://www.asymco.com/2011/02/...le-partners/

No system-wide file manager
No videocalling
Limited third-party apps availability
No Bluetooth file transfers
No USB mass storage mode
No multitasking
No copy/paste
Too dependent on Zune software for computer file management and syncing
No music player equalisers
No Flash or Silverlight support in the web browser
No sign of free Bing maps Navigation so far
No DivX/XviD video support
No internet tethering support
New ringtones available only through the Marketplace
Swapping memory card requires hard reset; cards not readable by computer
No customisation

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  • 2011-02-16 14:19
  • n7}x

i thinks its good that microsoft has taken this step....because copy paste is the basic step that an OS should have and i think microsoft and nokia is a deadly combination.........and they will definitely do good in near future....

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  • 2011-02-16 13:49
  • U@9q

Guys it's OK, Apple did the same thing back in 2007 when the 1st iPhone came out Apple had better way to develop their phones instead of locking 10 smart well crafted developers in one lap to come up with something new they released the 1st iPhone with a lot of shortage in features and thanks to the developers worldwide they got involve in developing iOS they didn't just come up with the basic features they did it in better unique way... the same thing with WP7 MO want to get the developers attention to their phones

so it's just matter of time (not very long i hope) to see WP7 phones packing all the basics features and even more

Have Good Day Guys
Thanks

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  • 2011-02-16 11:14
  • nTpT

> In reply to chocowii @ 2011-02-16 05:19 from vj1k - click to readPeople that are productive in their work or play. Typing out http://www.gsmarena.com/postco...ment=198985, for instance, is pretty tedious.

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  • 2011-02-16 07:59
  • bHq6

> In reply to Graz @ 2011-02-15 19:40 from 3JcK - click to readSure, copy-paste has existed for a long time on smartphones, but not in its full functionality.

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  • 2011-02-16 07:58
  • bHq6

oh i forgot official source http://android.git.kernel.org/...it;a=summary

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  • 2011-02-16 07:16
  • wHrS

> In reply to lubbalots @ 2011-02-15 18:50 from qnKm - click to readandroid had 7 updates for the "2 weeks" that is how fast is android.

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  • 2011-02-16 07:14
  • wHrS

> In reply to Mi6lethaltool @ 2011-02-15 22:40 from Q$P2 - click to readCool plan hope that plan success. anyway Symbian is Nokia heart kill Symbian = kill Nokia heart. customer request only better UI for all Symbian phone & better hardware for > $300 Symbian phone. that's it.

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  • 2011-02-16 05:46
  • kUW@

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