Lumia 820 in UK, Ireland and EU receiving Lumia Cyan update
The Lumia 820 is the getting the Lumia Cyan update in the UK, Ireland and the EU, according to numerous tips we're received from our readers. In the UK and Denmark, the country variant of the device is getting the update, along with carrier variants in Finland (Sonera) and Ireland (Meteor). If you're on another carrier and are seeing the Lumia Cyan update for the handset, let us know in the comments below.
Considering that this is likely a staged rollout, it will be a while before all users see the update. If you have not received the OTA update yet, head on over to your device settings and manually check if one is available. Again, if you're on Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers, you will need to downgrade to be eligible to make the switch to Windows Phone 8.1.
Lumia 820 users, how many of you have received the Lumia Cyan update?
Thanks to everyone for sending this in!
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What you did is like saying New York, Washington and the USA ...
We have a Euro currency opt out. Any new member countries must also adopt the Euro.
& yes, we want to retain control over our currency (a wise decision given the current state of affairs). & of course, we do not want supranational unelected bodies to take power away from our government.
In that regard, we are an excellent counterbalance to some of the more ridiculous aspects of the EU project.
Actually, one more thing. You state that Wales is a net drain on UK resources. While true that Wales' economy doesn't exactly balance the books, neither does England's. But we'd be a lot closer to a balanced budget if our water and electricity wasn't pillaged by our neighbours for free, if Welsh companies weren't registered as English tax resources, and if your Queen relinquished her claim to assets in Wales including our seabed.
A simple question....do you think your vote will have more or less power in an 'independent' Scotland that is full integrated with the EU? I.e., you will have no control over your borders (Schengen Zone), and you will have no ability to devalue your currency (the Euro).
In short, you have voted to become a satellite economy of the EU rather than a near fully autonomous part of the UK.
Not much of a democracy IMO.
Oh, and Salmond's plans are unfunded - so don't expect to suddenly wake up to a brave new (prosperous) world where everything is better. First, Scotland will need to actually join the EU, oh, and somehow stop the flight of capital to the rest of the UK (as has already been seen in the financial sector).
In a world with so many problems, fracturing an island for some false democracy seems like a completely unnecessary step into the unknown.
Unfortunately, this isn't Scotland's gamble alone. It'll cost us all a hell of a lot in the long run....and for what exactly?
Cheers Salmond - for selling Scotland down the river on a myriad of false promises.
and what country and carrier do i need to look in when checking for lumia cyan my phone extras and info shows eu_euro1_217
Am I missing something here? She's not there via search, or settings > apps :(
The Update 1 will come to you later in the year.
If you sign up for Dev Preview, then you will receive Update 1 - which in the UK at least opens up Cortana (along with folder support etc).
Lumia 820 (T-Mobile Poland) with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 PfD.
I have to downgrade to Windows Phone 8???
The 820 isn't eligible (yet). But it looks like Microsoft are finally getting round to resolving the problem...so I'm sure it won't be long to wait.