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Topic # 148631 25-Jun-2014 13:34
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If you've always wanted to see how Windows Phone works, or if you have a WP8 and want to see some of the new features from the upcoming 8.1 update, then try out the cool new Nokia emulator:

http://try.nokia.com

(should work from smartphone or browser, contains video content though so be careful if you're on 3G/4G!)

Also, as I know this will be asked, .... second week of august is the date i'm being given for OTA rollout to current in-market devices.





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  Reply # 1077028 30-Jun-2014 13:17
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So is that rollout just for Lumia/Nokia phones? or is that the target date for all phones?




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  Reply # 1077033 30-Jun-2014 13:23
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  Reply # 1077038 30-Jun-2014 13:33
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Or you could just install WP8.1 Preview ;)

Just discovered (yeah, Im a bit slow) "Project My Screen" works via USB on my 520, great way of showing ppl Windows phone on a big screen as well  :)





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  Reply # 1077137 30-Jun-2014 16:13
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8:28am on the phone and the battery is just about flat. Who'd buy a WP device? smile


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  Reply # 1077166 30-Jun-2014 16:36
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8:28am on the phone and the battery is just about flat. Who'd buy a WP device? smile

 



Hes had the whole internet clicking on things ;)





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paulmilbank: So is that rollout just for Lumia/Nokia phones? or is that the target date for all phones?


that's the date for the WP8 Lumia's that were sold in NZ by the Telco's here



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  Reply # 1077332 30-Jun-2014 20:57
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freitasm: Cool, but surely whoever designed it would have a routing to replace all those underscores with spaces?



What browser are you using where it shows you the underscores? Do you have script etc blocked?  They should be getting replaced by script/css/whatever.  Works OK for me in IE11, Chrome, Firefox and WP8.1...




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