Windows 10 Technical Preview for phone build 10052 is now available

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Windows 10 Technical Preview for phone build 10051 was released 11 days ago bringing support to a wider range of Lumia devices including the most popular Lumia 520. If you are running the build as of now, then make sure you head to settings to check for updates as Microsoft has pushed a new update (build 10052) for Fast Ring insiders to fix a plenty of bugs previously encountered.

Windows 10 on Lumia 1520


However, there are no new features in this build but it has been made much more usable day to day with these improvements.


From the official blog post:

Here are the big things that we fixed:
  • Flight mode can now be enabled.
  • You can now disable data connections.
  • We fixed the bug in which your phone’s MMS settings were lost after upgrading from Build 9941.
  • We fixed the issue in which you couldn’t download keyboards for additional languages.
  • We fixed the issue where the viewfinder in the Camera app gets composed incorrectly on some devices like the Lumia 1020.

Microsoft seems to have fixed a lot of significant issues that were affecting insiders tirelessly.

Also, finally for Lumia 520 users affected by the restoration/update problem, Microsoft has fixed it now and you can once again can download the Windows 10 phone preview.

The blog post reads:

We received reports of failures on a small number of Lumia 520 devices from Windows Insiders at the end of last week when trying to roll back to Windows Phone 8.1 using the Windows Phone Reset Tool. We quickly paused build availability for these devices to investigate the issue. The issue causing these failures was the way in which the Windows Phone Reset Tool was re-flashing these devices. We’ve released an update to the Windows Phone Reset Tool that should get those impacted by the issue up and running. More information is available here. With this issue resolved, we’re resuming offering builds today for folks on Lumia 520 devices as well.

We are excited! What about you ?

Grab the update now and let us what us know what you think, and please send the feedback through the Windows Feedback app.


Source: Windows Blog

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