Improvements in Windows 10 Mobile Insider Build 10536

10:20 AM
Windows 10 on Lumia

Earlier today Windows 10 Mobile Insider Build 10536 was released to Insiders. The build brings a handful of improvements over the last build. It also packs some new features like one-handed operation for all devices even the smaller ones, updated photos app, and most importantly it has the least bugs (most stable till date), so i would surely recommend to try it out if you do have a back up device at hand.

Here is what has been improved (and added) in this build since the last build:
  • Insider Hub is now included again!
  • Mobile hotspot functionality has been fixed.
  • Voice input has been updated to add support for Japanese and English (India) speech recognition.
  • Single hop updates are again available from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview for all devices.
  • Two-factor authentication is fixed when setting up a device for both text and phone authentication.
  • Start screen will successfully load instead of failing with “Loading …” displayed in a loop until device was rebooted. (We are still tracking down an issue were it may show “Loading …” for a few seconds.)
  • Quite Hours\Do Not Disturb has been fixed.
  • Delay in showing date and time on Lock screen has been improved.
  • Pinch and zoom in Maps now works as expected.
  • Updated Photos app
  • One-handed mode
  • Sharing Feedback through Windows Feedback app

One-handed mode: 

When we introduced one-handed mode for larger phones, we heard feedback saying many Insiders would like it even on smaller devices. In this build, we have also enabled the ability to use one-handed mode on all phones which can be enabled by pressing and holding the Start button. When you do this, your screen will slide down so you can reach items at the top of your screen.

One-handed mode on Windows 10 mobile

To slide the screen back up, tap the black space at the top of the screen, or press and hold the Start button again. One-handed use will also naturally time out after several seconds and return to your regular view. Give it a try and let us know what you think.

Source: Windows Blog

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