Lumia Cyan rollout continues

by Volker Weber

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Four Lumias on Cyan: 630, 925, 930 and 1520. Still missing the update on 1020 and 920. Check availability for Europe here. If you have installed Developer Preview, back up your phone, revert to 8.0, then update and restore.

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'If you have installed Developer Preview, back up your phone, revert to 8.0, then update and restore.'

So Nokia/Microsoft get their most active and loyal users to beta-test the new release, then force them to downgrade to 8.0 and then upgrade again, thus losing all their 8.1 settings? Madness!

1020, 925 and 625 here are all running 8.1 developer preview and say they are up to date...

Stuart McIntyre, 2014-08-01 15:09

It's not a MOLUP (most active and loyal users preview), it's a Developer Preview. And with that you are on a different branch. There is an issue when upgrading from DP which will be resolved. Then you will be able to upgrade directly. You are a developer, aren't you? Then you will understand.

You don't lose your settings. Your DP backup can be restored. The routine I explained lets you upgrade today. I did that with the 1520 and I only had to enter the Google password once. Everything else was restored.

The question you might want to ask is, how do you revert to 8.0. Because that is the difficult part.

Volker Weber, 2014-08-01 15:34

Not at all 😁

http://www.nokia.com/de-de/support/faq/?action=singleTopic&topic=FA142987

Backup, restore to 8.0, do not put anything except wlan password, update to 8.1 (Ota), hard reset, put in live id and restore from cloud backup. Voila.

Hubert Stettner, 2014-08-01 16:11

das 1020er update rollt gerade über die Luft herein !

Hendrik Blees, 2014-08-08 09:34

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