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#119055 18-May-2013 15:46
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FYI and very important here

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  #821666 18-May-2013 18:00
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Which is a shame. If Microsoft had made Accounts and People a plugin friend thing they could easily push an update with new plugins supporting these standards. Instead people have to wait the whole "cycle" of creating an entire new release, push things to operators, wait for testing, waiting for approval then release to users over a few months.

What could simply be a plugin release turns into a whole year of waiting.




 

 

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  #821719 18-May-2013 19:57
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When you say "A whole year of waiting" do you mean for the next WP update for everything other than the 925?, isn't a general Lumia update in the works over the next few months for the 920 and the likes?

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  #821725 18-May-2013 20:04
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Updates have a cycle. It's not a couple of weeks. It takes time to get these things tested. Also each manufacturer have different schedule for these to be released. So, no I don't think it's something that will be available in less than four to five months.





 

 

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  #821729 18-May-2013 20:07
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Roger that, I guess that for the desperate, the 925 looks like a good idea then.

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  #822095 19-May-2013 19:30
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Question: With this update, will it allow for the showing of multiple Gcal calendars of a Gmail account as is normal?

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