Microsoft releases Network+ update for Lumias
Network+ has been updated by Microsoft, releasing version 188.8.131.52 to the Windows Phone Store. As is the norm with these system apps, there's no up-to-date changelog attached to the store listing, making it difficult to decipher what's actually new in this latest version.
All we do know is it's new, it's available, and you should probably download it. Aside from probably bug fixing, we couldn't spot anything new after updating on one of our test devices (because Network+ kept crashing prior to downloading the update). Should you happen to see anything new, do let us know in the comments.
Also, Access Point received some update love too (184.108.40.206). But again, we're not sure what's new. The store listing reports "updated operator settings and general performance improvements," though we're not certain if this is accurate.
And no, they don't "seem faster" – we know you guys too well!
Thanks to everyone who tipped us!
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.
Sorry @Kotesh Chintakunta
My Take--If there is no 3G available in a certain location and the networks' switching from 2G to 3G and vice-versa rapidly..It could result in loss of network in between and would be a bad consumer experience..And believe me Microsoft doesn't wants that now..!!
When he said no 'Seems faster'
Can't u understand wt no 'Seems faster' means
It means no more cmnt saying 'Seems faster'
But still u cmnting 'Seems faster'
It doesn't 'Seems faster' when u cmnt 'Seems faster'
So no more 'Seems faster' now :P
LMAO :D :D :P
18 months back I had got my Lumia 720, which didn't even have a basic feature of screen rotation.
And look at what it is now!! Just in 18 months! And if you really wanna compare it with other platforms, tell me what they did with their phones? Coz of Microsoft, windows phone has a wonderful future. And I am pretty sure that there must be some reason why you are using windows phone yourselves.
Think about it.
Give Microsoft time and trust and support, and you'll be proud about it. :)
Access point is not getting opened..
In the about of the app