HTC 7 Mozart on Telstra gets NoDo approved, awaiting Microsoft to distribute

Although you wouldn't know it from Microsoft's update page (opens in new tab), there's good news for those of you on Australia's Telstra network and who own an HTC 7 Mozart: your NoDo udate has been approved and is now in Microsoft's hands for distribution. "Early May" is given as a time-frame, so basically any day now.

Kudos to Telstra for having a more, shall we say, direct way of checking on their phone's update statuses--seems like a sane approach to what AT&T does i.e. silence. And although the HD7 NoDo update is still in testing, that too should be out in a few weeks.

Update: Strider Auz/Sheeds informs us that the only reason Telstra has that awesome update page is because he lead a campaign against them. Direct action, mon ami! See his site for more info.

Source: Telstra (opens in new tab); via @Strider_Aus, @ChrisWalshie

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  • Hey - hold that credit wpcentral. The only reason they have that page is because I handed it to them on a silver platter. I coordinated an online campaign to counter Telstra's uselessness and ZERO engagement to get this idea voted for and supported so they had no choice but to implement it.Check out my Telstra Posts on my blog:'s our explanation of the delay in NoDo Telstra? Still waiting, and expecting the CEO to respond to my complaints per his "customer service" committments.Sheeds/Strider_Auz/Strider_Aus
  • ...and updated. Thanks.
  • Thanks! :D
  • Yea, I also think that this decision was made, because a number of us including Sheeds and myself also wrote to the CEO of Telstra recently. I think it was no co-incidence they made this announcement during the middle of the royal wedding telecast here in Australia.A copy of my letter that I wrote is on my website here:, the table was a great idea, but unfortunately, it's not as good as you might think it is. Telstra didn't update this table frequently enough and until this evening, it still said (as it did all month), that they were still waiting to receive the software, which was a lie and the expected date to delivered was TBC.
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  • Just to point out to editors that the Telstra HTC HD7 already comes with NoDo preinstalled. The updated scheduled for the HD7 for May must be a new update propably from HTC.