On September 2, 2013, Microsoft announced a deal to acquire Nokia's mobile phone division outright, retaining former CEO Stephen Elop as the head of Microsoft's devices operation.
The merger was completed after regulatory approval in all major markets in April 2014.
Now we are coming to the trickiest part of this process.
You must to check the Update through Zune (Settings – Update), but after that you must to disconnect your computer from the internet after 2-3 seconds.
When Windows Phone 8 launched we lost the ability to use Zune as our desktop syncing solution. The replacement apps on Windows 8 and the desktop weren’t a step backwards, they were a stumble.
Slowly but surely, Microsoft has been improving that app.
Myerson was quoted as saying, "I can trust her with what she tells me.
The main goal of this step is to get the message: “An update is available for your phone.” and the “Update” button bellow this message.Anyways, what do you guys think of this updated desktop app for managing your Windows Phone 8 devices?Do you prefer this or the Windows 8 app for syncing? You can download the desktop app for Windows 7 and 8 right here.After 3 beta releases, the desktop app has finally hit RTM according to Microsoft. First off, my heart is broken with no ability to wireless sync.With that out of the way, here’s what’s new in this latest version of the Windows Phone desktop app for Windows.
The new features in version 1.3.1 should be welcomed by anyone rocking Windows Phone 8.1 and needing to save their phone.