Microsoft Windows Phone 8 Reboot Bug Fix Coming In December

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Microsoft Windows Phone 8 Reboot Bug Fix Coming In December

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Microsoft has found the issue that’s causing some Windows Phone 8 users devices to randomly reboot. It’s certainly frustrating and it’s happen to other platforms in the past.

Hundreds of users of the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X smartphones have reported on Internet forums that their phones were repeatedly and spontaneously rebooting. The reports identified several different mobile operators in the U.S. and Europe. The forums didn’t identify a consistent culprit for the problem.

Initially, it was speculated that the patch to fix the rebooting issue will be part of a larger software update for the platform, known as Apollo Plus, that would bring added features. However, it looks like as the problem has been identified, Microsoft may not want to wait and is rolling out the patch ahead of Apollo Plus.

Unfortunately Microsoft isn’t specifically saying what’s causing this, only stating that it’s not them but “with our partners.” No indication if it’s a manufacturer, carrier or app developer. However, according to AllThingsD a fix is en route OTA in December.

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I’ve been an Android user since the original T-Mobile G1 Came out back in 2008, but I have to say, I checked out this phone the other day at the T-Mobile store and it is slick. Somewhat makes me want to buy one just to try it out, but I’d never give up Android.