NOKIA LUMIA 900 DATA CONNECTIVITY FIX FIRMWARE UPDATE ROLLING-OUT FOR ROGERS!


After releasing the update for AT&T Lumia 900 users, Nokia has started rolling the Windows Phone update to Rogers Lumia 900 owners to fix the data connectivity issues. Also, If you have purchased your Nokia Lumia 900 on or before April 21st, then you will be eligible for $100 Rogers wireless bill credit from Nokia.

UPDATING  INSTRUCTIONS:

How to update Nokia with Windows Phone?

  1. Install the Zune software (Windows) or Windows Phone 7 Connector (Mac OS) on your computer. You’ll need this software to download the phone update.
  2. Connect your phone to your computer, using the USB cable that came with your phone.
  3. If the Zune software or Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac doesn’t start automatically when you connect your phone, start it manually.
  4. In the Zune software, click Update Now (in Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac, click Install Updates). Make sure you keep your phone connected to your computer until you see a notification that the update is complete.

How to prepare for an firmware update?

  1. Verify that your phone is set to the correct date and time. That helps us determine which updates you need.
  2. If your battery level is low, connect your phone to a charger before starting the update.
  3. Make some room on your phone for the update. If necessary, remove a few unwanted applications or other large items. To see how much free space you have on your phone, select Start, then flick left to the Applications list, choose Settings > About and look at the number to the right of Available storage.
  4. Free up space on your computer as you will need some room to download the software update, to save a backup of your existing phone software and settings and possibly to synchronise media files from your phone to your computer.

Note:- When you install an update, all of your settings, applications and media files are preserved.

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