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As announced earlier today on the Windows Phone Developer Blog, a community technology preview (CTP) of an update for the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 has been released. The Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Update – CTP provides a new 256 MB device emulator image and an updated 512 MB emulator, and it provides the ability to deploy, run, debug and profile your Windows Phone applications and games in the 512 MB emulator or the 256 MB emulator. This update is a patch and not a standalone product, so you must install the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 before you can install the update.
Here are links you can use to download and install the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 and the Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Update – CTP:
Here are some documentation topics to help you get started using the Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Update – CTP:
There are a couple of limitations to keep in mind when using the Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Update – CTP: