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Samsung Omnia 7 patch promises brick-free WP7 updates

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That latest WP7 update, the post-NoDo tweak dubbed 7392, has apparently been giving some Samsung handsets fits. This time though, the company has taken matters into its own hands and has released a patch for the Omnia 7 that should solve any issues with applying the latest Windows Phone refresh (Focus owners will have to remain patient). The fix should work for all future updates as well, but considering the rather tumultuous history of WP7 and Samsung, we're staying cautiously optimistic on that claim. Check out the source link for the Update Support Tool and the instructional PDF -- and don't forget to actually run the Zune software to score that sweet 7392 update when you're done.

[Thanks, jjr]

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