Upgrade fail half-fixed – Nokia Ringtone maker is in the game
One of the negative sides of system upgrades are the disappointment they often bring along with them. It’s a usual event – the customers expect a lot more than they receive and think that their smartphone will become extra-terrestrial after performing the anticipated change, but for some users the process leaves their device with slight or hardly noticeable difference. Another issues are the bugs inevitably caused by the inadvertence of the developers or the lack of some promised new features.
This is the case of the new Windows Phone 7.8 – Microsoft promised that the system will include two new apps, which were not there after the upgrade. These were the Ringtone maker and the Bluetooth share. However, the problem is now partly-solved, because obviously eager users have found working links for downloading the Ringtone maker, which, hopefully, will keep them busy till the Bluetooth share is up and ready for testing.
However, the Ringtone Maker is not available in the Nokia Collection yet, so those, who found it, provided a QRCode to help the owners of phones with the new system to get it. Let’s hope it’s worth the waiting and that the next upgrade from Microsoft will be free of bugs, oversight and tension for the customers.