Updating firmware on mp3 player
This was the first firmware released for the Zune line which did not provide new features for older Zune models.
These models were given a firmware update with version 3.2. This update introduced Smart DJ and codec features.
Songs that had been transferred over wi-fi could then be played three times over three days.
The second-generation Zune 4, 8, and 80 devices, manufactured by Flextronics, introduced the touch-sensitive Zune Pad, which was shaped like a squircle.
In November 2015 Microsoft retired the Zune music download and streaming service.
Remaining Zune subscribers would be switched over to Microsoft's Groove Music platform.
Zune is a discontinued brand of digital media products and services marketed by Microsoft.
On the same day, the Zune 4.0 software was released to support the Zune HD.It automatically fixed itself 24 hours later, but an intermediate "fix", for those who did not wish to wait, was to drain the device's battery and then recharge after 12 noon GMT on January 1, 2009.The first generation and later Zune devices included a number of social features, including the ability to share songs with other Zune users wirelessly.Zune music and devices were follow-on to Microsoft's MSN Music service.MSN Music was created in 2004 to compete with Apple's i Tunes services.On October 3, 2011, Microsoft announced the discontinuation of all Zune hardware, encouraging users to transition to Windows Phone.Later, the announcement was removed and a Zune Support Team member tweeted that the page was added to the website in error.A firmware update brought picks and an improved the TV-out experience to the Zune HD.On March 15, 2011, Microsoft announced that no new Zune hardware players would be developed, although existing models would remain for sale.In June 2012, Microsoft announced plans to discontinue all "Zune" services; instead Microsoft would distribute its digital media content and services under the Xbox Music and Xbox Video brands available on its line of products including Windows 8 PCs and tablets, Xbox 360 game console, and Windows Phone smart phones.The net domain now redirects to Xbox's website, but the software retains the Zune name.