Microsoft today released a new build of Windows 10 for phones, build 10052, for Windows Insiders. This isn’t a major update full of new features, but instead provides a number of bug fixes.
This update targets some of the major bugs that were reported with the previous release, build 10051, which was released 11 days ago.
Windows 10 for Phones 10052
To get this update you will need to be a Windows Insider and in the Fast ring for updates. Just head to Settings > Update & Recovery and check for updates.
Microsoft ended up pulling build 10051 for the Lumia 520 devices because some users were reporting the update ended up bringing their phones.
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.
Here is a list of the bugs that are fixed in this most recent build.
- 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.
Are you testing out Windows 10 for phones and running this update? Leave a comment below and let us know how things are going. Or start a discussion in the Windows 10 Forums.