Samsung Windows Phone
Folks at FCC have posted some information about the Samsung’s upcoming windows phone handset, the Omnia M. The information gives us a glimpse of its specs that suggest that it will come with a 4 inch Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, 3G and GSM radio. For some strange reason, LTE is not included in the specs.
Someone has got hold of soon-to-be released NoDo ROM for the Samsung Omnia 7 smartphone. This firmware, called the I8700XXKC1 is reported to a ROM that packs NoDo update. Of course, I take no guarantee if the firmware fries your phones. Also, you should do a backup your data as it will wipe away any information stored on it.
Registry Editors allows you to mess with the settings that are deliberately kept hidden from the users. I have mentioned this Windows Phone registry editor in the past but it is said to working only on HTC WP7 phones. Now, an XDA user has churned out an app that also works on Samsung WP7 phones, that includes Focus and Omnia 7 handsets.
Just few days back, AT&T delivered NoDo update to the Samsung Focus. While the extra features delivered by the NoDo update are amazing, but users have been reporting that the update has deactivated HDUPA. Fortunately, it is easily fixable by following these instructions:
If you happen to be a Samsung Omnia 7 user, you might be facing a strange lock screen bug which gets triggered every time in case you have password protection on. Here is what happens – the data on your Start Screen is shown for a brief amount of time before lock screen shows up. Solution is however simple.
Go to Settings > Automatic Adjustment "On". Yep, the solution is a bit unusal.
So, did the WP7 Update just bricked your new shiny Samsung Windows phone? Do not panic. The fix is easy. Just follow these steps: