Zune updating device content
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" We contacted a Microsoft spokesperson, who confirmed the issue with this official statement: "Early this morning we were alerted by our customers that there was a widespread issue affecting our 2006 model Zune 30GB devices (a large number of which are still actively being used).
Picture this: You're gearing up to create a killer playlist on your 30GB Zune for your annual New Year's bash.
All of a sudden, your Zune locks up, reboots itself, and freezes. In September, Microsoft released the Zune 3.0 software and firmware update along with its newest hardware, the Zune 120GB and 16GB models.
In this regard, the company indicated that Texas Hold’em would deliver a new multiplayer mode, as well as fresh single player difficulty levels with Zune 3.1.
“On the more techie side we focused on improving overall stability and performance in the Zune PC software and device firmware, such as improved play count reporting and content synchronization between the Zune software and the Zune device,” Menendez added.
In addition, Zune 3.1 brings to the table new gaming content for Microsoft’s digital media player, offered as an integral part of the update at no cost at all.
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(Note - The first time you set this up, you'll need your sync cable, but after this it will all be wire-free, so don't panic) And you're done!
Now your Lumia 800 will wirelessly sync when it's plugged in to charge and is in range of the wireless network you've specified, or you can go back into the menu and manually prompt it to wirelessly sync.