System Update for Nokia Lumia 900 Stomps On Bugs
Jun 6, 2012, 12:13 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Nokia today announced a maintenance update for the Lumia 900, which is sold by AT&T. The update is meant mainly to fix bugs, including the purple hue which affected the screen of some devices in low light conditions. The update improves sensitivity for the proximity sensor, and makes a handful of other minor adjustments and enhancements. The update can be downloaded through the Zune client or Windows Phone Connector for Mac. Nokia said that a similar update will be made available to international versions of the Lumia 900, as well.
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