Windows 10 Mobile: Build 10536.1004 available
As promised yesterday by Gabriel Aul, the new build 10536.1004 Windows 10 Mobile.
We specify that, if you need to update from build 10512, you will need to make two updates before you can install the latter: the system will offer you build 105124 and build 10536.1000. Once the latter is installed, you will finally see the update to build 10536.1004 available.
But no more chatter, let’s move on to the changelog of this new version:
- Is back Insider Hub
- Fixed mobile hotspot issues
- Updated voice input and added support for Japanese and English (India) speech recognition
- Direct updates from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview are available again for all devices
- Two-Step Verification now works correctly, even when setting up text and smartphone authentication
- The Start screen loads correctly and no longer shows the “Loading…” in an infinite loop
- Fixed problems with Do not disturb mode
- Improved the display of date and time on the unlock screen
- Pinch and zoom in Maps work as they should
- Updated thePhotos app, with folder view. In addition, the update also brings greater speed in opening photos and context menus. Finally, zoom and pan are more responsive and favorites have been introduced.
- The one-handed mode is now available for all devices, not just those with a large display. To activate it, just hold down the Start button
But not all that glitters is gold and, of course, there are some bug still to be solved:
- After reboot, notifications are not displayed until the device is unlocked (after they work fine).
- In the Settings, under System, the entry zStorage appears, but clicking it will cause the application to crash.
- Uploading photos to Onedrive may not be active by default. To solve the problem, make sure you have the latest version of OneDrive (17.2) and have enabled the appropriate item from the navigation bar.
- Temporarily, Insiders will not be able to switch from the Slow Ring to the Fast Ring. You are already working on a fix, but for the moment the only way to do this is to go back to Windows Phone 8.1 with the Windows Phone Recovery Tool and directly select the Fast Ring
- Additional languages for voice and keyboard will not be available until today (September 15) and will give errors to those who try to download them.
Finally, the Microsoft team specifies to owners of Lumia 1020 that will only be able to take 41MP photos and use DNG files with the new Lumia Camera, which will be released in October. For all other smartphones, all functions are available through the default app with the exception of the Living Images, which will arrive shortly.