Publishing Resumes For Windows Phone Apps

Posted: Aug 17 2012, 10:37am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones


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Don't uninstall affected apps says Microsoft

Earlier this week Microsoft was forced to stop publishing new apps to its Windows Marketplace. The problem was a problem with certificates that meant some users were unable to update or install new applications on their smartphones. The issue only affected users of Windows Phone smartphones that had upgraded to version 7.5 of the operating system.

Microsoft has announced that it is now fixed the issue with certificates and publishing of applications has resumed. The company says that it will take a few days for the update to be rolled out all the way and the users with apps having problems should not uninstall the app.

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