Microsoft has No Windows Phone Mango and No Marketplace

Microsoft has issued a caution to users motionless running older versions of its mobile OS – improve now or misplace access to the Windows Marketplace.

Windows Phone users will require version 7.5 Mango on their gadgets in arrange to buy, download, or update apps in the Market, Microsoft’s Mazhar Mohammed said in a blog post current week. That relates to the Web- and phone-supported storefronts, he said.

In short, the new obligation is tied to a better Marketplace improvement attempt, Mohammed wrote. But the key remove is that if you like apps and games, you’ll soon need Windows Phone 7.5 installed to persist using Marketplace. Most of you previously do.

Microsoft first provided a caution about the imminent switch back in April. At the time, the corporation said that a handful of users were motionless on older versions, which could there performance and security issues downward the line.

Users will still be able to look through the Marketplace on pre-Mango versions of Windows, but will take delivery of error messages when trying to total any other tasks.


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