Published on January 8th, 2012 | by Mithil Bhatia0
Microsoft releases Maintenance Update 8107 for Windows Phone
It is very usual for the operating systems and software to receive security updates to solve certain problems or incidents on regular basis. In the case of the Microsoft’s Mobility Platform, Windows Phone, the company is now frequently delivering firmware and maintenance updates (Just like Android ). This week Microsoft has released a new update, 8107 (Update 7.10.8107.79), which is available to all the carriers who requested it and it’s part of the ongoing official maintenance of Windows Phone.
This Windows Phone Upgrade is available across the globe, but not for all users. Depending on country, carrier, and phone model, the update will be automatically delivered by carrier to device pop-up notification area. The following issues have been addressed in this Update 7.10.8107.79:
- On-screen keyboard: Fixes an issue to prevent the keyboard from disappearing during typing.
- Email: Fixes a Google mail syncing issue.
- Location: Fixes a location access issue. With this fix, the Me feature in the People Hub sends anonymous information about nearby Wi-Fi access points and cell towers to Microsoft only if you agree to allow the Check In function to access and use location information.
- Security: Revokes digital certificates from DigiCert Sdn Bhd to address an encryption issue.
- Email threads: Fixes an email issue related to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. With this fix, when you reply to or forward a message, the original message is now included in your response.
- Voicemail: Fixes a voicemail notification display issue that occurs on some European and Asian networks under certain conditions.