If you're reading this on a Nokia Lumia 800, hopefully your battery will last long enough for you to finish the article before conking out, that despite Nokia having already released a supposed fix for the issue.
Only problem was it didn't work, but fear not: it's having another go and is insisting that this time the bug fix really will get the job done.
The fix aims to solve issues with the Lumia 800's on-board Wi-Fi as well as the battery and officially takes the software version to 1600.2483.8106.11500.
The update will come via the usual channel and will be released in what Nokia's describing as a "staggered pattern" over the next fortnight. Obviously, it's worried about server overload so is trying to keep everyone happy here.
Users bemoaned the state of the power pack almost from launch and a software update was promptly rolled out last month but it didn't appear to solve the issue, leading to more ire from those early adopters.
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