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  #540911 3-Nov-2011 21:51
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tiamat1990: I updated to Mango but now whenever I try to download an app from Windows Marketplace it gives me an error code 80004003. Does anyone know what's up?


You will have to factory reset the phone to fix this issue. Go to settings, then about and you should see a 'reset phone' option.  




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  #540934 3-Nov-2011 22:10
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Curses...that's really irritating. I'm glad my phone is only a few weeks old otherwise this would be a complete pain in the ass. Thanks for the help.

 
 
 
 


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  #541591 6-Nov-2011 06:05
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billgates:
lyonrouge:
freitasm: Yes, it's running 4.8.2345.0... The update worked on the LG Telecom (with the ethernet disconnect trick), but have not been presented to the HTC Trophy Vodafone (not doing the trick because I want to see how long the fail lasts)...



I too have not recieved the update for Trophy (VF). Interesting I got a message on my phone advising an update was available, but?when I connected to Zune it said?nothing is available.?I regards to "operator dependant" is this based on IMEI or IMSI??


If you phone offered you?an update then make sure your version of Zune client on your workstation is latest. should be 4.8.2350.?


As pointed out elsewhere, the latest Zune client software version is 4.8.2345.0. There has not been a 2350 build. (I should know, I chose the 2345 build number). Microsoft is no longer staging the roll out of mango. Though mobile carriers still have control over roll out.

(Trivia: The other number I thought about was 4.8.1632)




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