Nokia N9 PR1.2, your comments after update
If you’re the owner of a Nokia N9 then you’ll probably be interested in this next piece of news regarding the PR1.2 update. It seems the update has arrived slightly sooner than expected for some but not it seems for everyone and we’d like to hear about your update experiences.
News that the update to 30.2012.07-1 has become available came to us from My Nokia Blog where images also show the arrival of the update to the handset. Many Nokia enthusiasts will be delighted to receive this update, which has a file size of 283.7MB. However it seems from early feedback that plenty of people are having problems at the moment, either with downloading the update or not having received notification yet.
There are plenty of comments on the Nokia Blog article above reflecting these concerns. Many people are saying that the update is not available to them yet, while others have received notification of the OTA update but are unable to download it and wondering if the servers are overloaded. A few people have successfully downloaded the update but there are one or two comments from people who have done so who say their phones are very slow since receiving the update. However there are also those who’ve downloaded and say everything is running smoothly and the odd comment that battery life seems to have improved.
It could be that if the update was early in some regions it may still be being rolled out to other regions in the next few days so if you haven’t received the update yet then try to be patient a little longer. From looking through the comments most of those who’ve mentioned their location who have successfully received the update so far, seem to be in various parts of Europe including the U.K.
We’d like to hear from Nokia N9 owners out there if you’ve received the Nokia N9 PR1.2 update yet and if so what are your initial thoughts. Did the update all go smoothly for you? Alternatively if you haven’t yet received the update perhaps you could let us know, also giving us your location so that we can see if there’s any pattern that evolves over where the update is available and where it is not?