Microsoft recently started pushing out software updates for Windows Phone 7 handsets adding support for copy and paste, faster app launching and better Facebook synchronization, among other things. But the so-called NoDo update isn’t yet available for all phones… unless you’re willing to through caution to the wind and use an unofficial utility that lets you upgrade your Windows Phone 7 phone to NoDo.

The tool comes from the same folks who brought us the Chevron WP7 tool for installing homebrew apps last year.

In order to install the software update, you’ll need to run the installer from a desktop computer with your phone plugged in.

There’s currently no way to roll back the update, so if you’re nervous, you might want to wait until an official NoDo update is available for your phone. But it’s nice to have the option to be impatient and a little reckless.

Update: The download link has been pulled for now.

via Download Squad

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