Not long after Microsoft announced the first Windows Phone update yesterday, owners of the Samsung Omnia 7 have spoken up about issues with the update.
The update, meant to prepare the devices for the larger March update which will enable copy/paste as well as CDMA support among other features, is experiencing completion issues on the Focus and Omnia 7, leading to bricked devices.
For its part, Microsoft is now suggesting pulling the battery and turning the phone back on, or performing a hard reset should the battery pull not work. Microsoft will then notify affected users in three days to download and apply the update again and is warning against applying the update before being prompted. Before the update can be applied, Microsoft is also recommending updates to the Zune software on PC and the Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac OS X to ensure a smooth process.