Microsoft is pushing out two cleanup bundle updates to existing Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” beta users.
The updates are designed to clean up and beta update provisioning on developer devices. Microsoft previously supplied beta bits of Windows Phone Mango to developers. Windows Phone NZ spotted a “pre-cleanup” update that went live over the weekend. The ‘Mango Friends and Family Bundle: Pre-Cleanup’ appears to be available for a number of devices running the pre-RTM bits of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango.”
The update notes that it is the first of two that will allow devices to beging receiving updates from production Microsoft Update servers. Microsoft appears to be making it easy for existing Mango beta users to swap their device from ISV back to retail. Microsoft previously warned that users would have to revert to the NoDo bits using a device backup if they wanted to install the final RTM Windows Phone Mango update from their carrier.
Microsoft is expected to start pushing Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” bits to AT&T devices on Tuesday. The software giant is also planning to target a number of carriers in Europe this week. Stay tuned to WinRumors for further details on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” update plans.
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