Microsoft to release the new build 10581 of Windows Mobile 10 users Insider who invoked the “Fast Ring” (hotfixes). Windows 10 Insider Preview, available the new build 10581 here is the news and driving guide to download and install this update.
As anticipated, there is a new update of Windows 10 Mobile version Insider Preview . The update of the Preview to the Insider (advanced users and enthusiasts) can be installed on all phones currently supported.
It was finally released the preview version of the new build of Windows Mobile 10. The new version was introduced in the circuit of fast ring that allows you to try as quickly as new builds. This is the build 10581 , which is presented to the public with many new features.
Below you find a list of the main changes introduced with the update today. Gabriel Aul noted that this new build does not contain specific news but many corrections and a general improvement in performance. A change log apparently “poor” but quite normal when an operating system is nearing its official debut.
Among the corrections made by the build 10581 we include:
For devices upgraded from Windows Phone 8.1 that support “Hey Cortana” now should be able to use this function without problems
Now you can select photos to share with third-party apps (Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp etc.)
Improved battery consumption thanks to the bug fixes that affected consumption
Fixed bug that did not allow to show the details for some applications in the lock screen
Improvements in writing predictive and self-correction
The video recording feature has been improved
Synchronize Visual Voicemail should now work properly
Fixed problems with the device Dual SIM present in build 10572
Below you can instead read the known issues in this build:
As with previous builds, after updating the device may show a black screen for about 5 minutes. Just be patient.
There are problems in the selection of the memory used for the default installation of the app (microSD or internal memory), it will be used that you have set before the update, in case of a reset of the device will be used in memory without the possibility of changing it.
The distribution of Silverlight app with Visual Studio do not work in this build, no problems with the Windows Universal App.
If you restore a backup to a device with a different resolution you will have the homescreen “damaged”, in this case just open the Action Center -> settings -> Customize -> Start and apply a different background image
The official list of bug fixes and potential of this build is available in this article .
Below is a video showing the new build in action on Lumia 1520 shot by colleagues WindowsCentral:
Smartphones supported by the new build of Windows 10 Insider Preview
All smartphones Lumia Windows Phone 8.x HTC One M8.
Recall that in an article we saw how to install Windows 10 Mobile preview , here is the link: Installation Guide Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview .
You should now install Windows 10 Insider Preview for smartphones?
As we said before, Windows 10 Insider Preview smartphone is a version not yet final, which was created to receive feedback from users and to be tested and improved in several respects. I currently do not recommend installing this version on your smartphone main as it is not a stable release and that may have some annoying bugs. If you have a smartphone backup, download and try this update, but I think it’s better not to test it on the smartphone main to avoid any kind of problem.
I can go back to Windows Phone 8.1 after trying Windows 10 Insider Preview?
Yes, Microsoft has published a tool called “Windows Phone Recovery Tool” that lets you reset your smartphone TP upgraded to Windows 10 to Windows Phone 8.1. You can download from this link.
If you try to download and install this update, however, let us know how you are and what you think.
Also stay tuned over the next few days to stay in touch with all the news related to the new operating system from Microsoft.
It is recalled in this regard that 10 Windows Mobile will debut on the new Lumia during the month of November, while in December will come in the form of update for all current Lumia Windows Phone 8.1.