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Paul Zune HD firmware update: Today we released the v4.3 firmware update for Zune HD players; this update adds support for upcoming 3d games and applications, as well as an auto-suggest feature for better text input, and other minor improvements. Paul, This is from the forums on "Zune HD firmware update: Today we released the v4.3 firmware update for Zune HD players; this update adds support for upcoming 3d games and applications, as well as an auto-suggest feature for better text input, and other minor improvements. Pete, Zune Device Product Team, This posting is provided as-is with no warranties, and confers no rights "It could use an "update" to help the screen be swipeable *IMMEDIATELY* after turning the Zune on. Funny I was in Cupertino today getting coffee at Peets and I saw the usual number of Apple badges on the waist of customers, and I noticed one guy plugged in to the usual standard (awful) i Pod ear buds.As it is, it takes a second or two before you can swipe the screen up. Just when I was leaving I saw the guy pull out a device I assumed was a i Touch.Some nice fixes but I hope this wasn't the big November update they were talking about. If you’re developing for Windows 10, see the latest documentation.When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.
The wait is finally over and Mango has now seen the light of day. For all the Windows Phone 7 enthusiasts out there, Mango might still be a few annoying days or even weeks away.Firmware updates are similar to those found in many recent cellular phones as well. The Basic - Every Zune unit has a basic firmware out of the box and the very first firmware was version 1.0 (193).This is the original firmware that the Zune device had when installed in the factory for the 30 GB series.]This topic describes how to deploy and run your app in Windows Phone Emulator or on a Windows Phone device connected to your development computer.While you’re developing a Windows Phone app, you can use Windows Phone Emulator to deploy and test your app quickly.