Well... its almost April now... Still no Copy Paste updates from Microsoft... They are Over-promising and under delivering :p
seriously guys? it aint MS's fault if the first update wasn't successful, samsung phones are made in such a way that when released, thats it.. no updates to be expected...thats why their having a hard time to bring android 2.2 to even their flagship devices... my jet was never updated despite the number of bugs and multiple stupid implementations that i cannot believe was present on the phone...seriously samsung has a lot of quality issues with their products...
Windows playing apple games now? its bad enough all their games are EXPENSIVE!
I would suggest a thing here. There should be an option to undo the deleting messages or gallery files which you have just deleted willingly or accidentally. same goes for Symbian OS if possible....
i like windows 7...i used symbian 3 ( nokia n8) and android ( desire hd) i think those two are for younger people who ask too much from a phone.. win 7 is simple, classy and smooth..i am 40, and i do not care about market, copy-paste or games..or music... so, this is the best for me..oh, i use a htc hd 7
i using hd 7,but it cant support for type chinese pinyin for phoonbook also ned download app for message(pinyin),make me so sad.
Unfortunately the update is not a game changing event - in my opinion I feel MS had an opportunity to lead from the front but stuffed it. By omitting key features with the initial release of WP7 we had to adopted the Android platform instead. Since then we have committed our resources to developing internal applications thus reducing our dependency on MS. Sometimes organisations become to big and arrogant they no longer can see the forest for the trees.
We all know that Microsoft is heading the Apple's way. But this copxw/paste feature should have been there early on. What Microsoft should have been working is the flash-enabled browser
Senzo, 10 Mar 2011I have an HTC-HD2 (released OCT 2009) which runs on WinMo 6.5 pro and it has all the features ... moreI think it was their mistake. As you can see prices smart phones with WP7 dropped and many people get rid them. Android is the King.
and some complaint that Sony or Nokia are slow to do updates!
So Little, so late...
For me more important update would be ability to set up your own melody as ringtone.