The Windows Phone SDK Gets Updated To Version 7.1.1

The Windows Phone SDK now gets a version update of 7.1.1 that is ready for download. This update is considered to be the last update of the CTP that was introduced in the market by Microsoft last month. There are many other specifications that will allow users to develop applications for the new devices sporting 256 MB memory.

The applications that have been made use this latest software that is expected to work well with the new 256 MB devices going to be released in the market. Besides this the users of the phone are also going to deploy the WPSDK 7.1 for the objective of development of gadgets that will run on the Windows 8 platform. The system will also allow users to select and launch from an emulator list thanks to the Visual Studio IDE that has been patched in.

The installation of the patch is a simple and straightforward process. It has the standard three step installation processes that accepts, installs and finishes. The patch weighs a little under 300MB and may take time for installation. It is during the initialization process of the virtual image each of the Windows Phone OS device images are booted and subsequently paused at a point where the OS is ready to receive the installation of the application.