Windows Phone 7 7392 update was a pretty big one for all WP7 users. However, carrier related issues delayed NoDo release for many Windows Phone 7 users which was bringing a security patch for those who resorted to using a hack created by Chris Walsh to unofficially update WP7 devices to firmware 7390. Microsoft warned all those who had updated using this tool that they would not be able to further receive any future updates for their devices until and unless they resorted to re-flashing the device with an original stock ROM. To be precise, users encountered error code 80180048 when trying to update their Windows Phone 7 device in Zune. However, now a fix for error 80180048 has been released meaning that ‘Walshed’ WP7 owners can now receive official firmware updates from Microsoft.
Chris Walsh has received the authorization from Microsoft to release the ‘Walshed’ Phone Support Tool, which means that Microsoft is welcoming back users who had used unofficial means of updating to NoDo, with open arms.
How To Fix Error 80180048 On ‘Walshed’ Windows Phone 7
The screenshot clearly shows that you carefully need to select all of the languages that are installed on your Windows Phone 7 device. Simply click continue and your ‘Walshed’ WP7 will be fixed.
It is imperative that you carefully select ALL of the languages that are installed on your device. After you’ve done this procedure, try updating your device via Zune. If you get the option to update to 7392, then its well and good. If you don’t get an option, well the update isn’t out for your device or carrier yet.
Download ‘Walshed’ Phone Support Tool for Windows
Download the corresponding file for your operating system.Once you’ve installed the Windows Phone Support Tools, extract the “Walshed” Phone Support Tool to a folder and execute WPST.exe
Download ‘Walshed’ Support Tool For x86 Operating Systems (32 bit)
Download ‘Walshed’ Support Tool x64 Operating Systems (64 bit)