Microsoft updates My Phone

Microsoft has recently updated its My Phone service. The new version is 1.06.22718.01.  What's in the update? So far nothing stands out and the update is listed as "fixes and enhancements based on your feedback."

The next time you sync your Windows Phone with My Phone you will be prompted for the update. Once you download and install the update, soft reset your phone, and you'll be back in business.

Don't have My Phone yet? Simply point your Windows Phone browser to to download and install the application to your phone. Full official release after the break.

Dear My Phone User,

We’ve just updated the My Phone backup service to provide fixes and enhancements based on your feedback.  The next time you sync, you will receive a notification on your phone to update the My Phone software.  The content you have already synced will remain unchanged and can be managed online.

Have you logged into the My Phone website lately?  Sure My Phone provides peace of mind with automatic backup, as well as find and protect your lost phone features.  But here are a few tips and features that you may not know about:

1)      Quickly update and manage your contacts conveniently from your PC.  You can even add photos to your contacts from your desktop with just a few clicks of your mouse.  Just login to the My Phone website, go to Contacts, and select the contacts that you wish to update.

2)      Easily download, upload and share your photos.  Getting pictures on and off your phone can sometimes be a tricky task, but My Phone makes it simple.  Not only can you download Photos from your phone to your PC, but you can also upload photos from your PC to your phone, as well as quickly share photos from your phone or PC with Windows Live, Facebook, MySpace and Flickr.  When you login to My Phone, your most recent Photos are right there on the home page.  Select the photos that you wish to upload, download or share.

3)      Use Wi-Fi to sync your content.  My Phone will sync over Wi-Fi when available.  If your phone can connect to the Wi-Fi in your home or office, then you won’t have to worry about cellular data usage.

The My Phone team is excited about the continued success of our service.  We were recently chosen as a finalist for the GSMA 2010 Best Mobile Internet Service and continue to see new users across the globe every day.

Thank you for using My Phone.  We hope you continue to enjoy our service.

The My Phone Team

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  • i loved this for the thrre weeeks that it worked. i've reloaded the software from the marketplace numwerous times and it just never works now. and after the first week, seemingly it cold only hold less information that innitially. i'll try this once again, but i'm not holding out much hope.
  • It's worked awesomely for me for a long time. Pretty much since the beginning.
  • Always worked for me as well. TP2 on T-Mobile.
  • dont get it from market place
  • Is there any reason this can't be ported to the iPhone? Maybe that's crazy talk, but it's certainly possible some people would want to use Windows Live Mail with an iPhone.
  • Not being able to use Windows Live on an iPhone is a big reason I wouldn't buy an iPhone. So ironically limiting this functionality may keep 'some' people off the iPhone platform.
  • This is the equivalent of mobileme, you can use the web interface for WLM from an iphone.
  • works great on Imagio. Now if MSFT would up the storage space.......
  • I expect them to tie everything into Skydrive. Right now they give you 50GB for that? Once all the Live services and office and other stuff all use skydrive that should go up to at least 100GB I'd imagine.
  • Microsoft My Phone allows online access to the content on your Windows mobile phone. This free service syncs the important information on your Windows phone with a password protected Web site.