Rocking a Lumia 520? It's time to check your device settings, as the Cyan update has now started rolling out. The update is currently available in France (Orange), Germany (Vodafone), Ireland (Vodafone), Italy (Country variant, TIM, Vodafone, Wind), Netherlands (T-Mobile, Vodafone), Poland (Orange), Portugal (Vodafone), Romania (Orange, Vodafone), Slovakia (Orange), Spain (Vodafone) and the UK (O2 and Vodafone).
If you're on the Lumia 520 and are seeing the update in other territories and carriers, let us know in the comments. As for availability outside Europe, we have confirmation that Cyan will be available for users in India in about a week to ten days' time, according to a tweet by Microsoft India.
For those of you on Preview for Developers, you need to downgrade to Windows Phone 8 to be eligible to receive the update. If you're receiving 8018830f errors, head on over to the WPCental forums to get assistance on installation issues.
Lumia 520 users, have you started seeing the Cyan update yet? Be sure to follow our update tracker for the latest news regarding the rollout of Lumia Cyan across the globe.
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