Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 now ready for download

Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 is now rolling out to Insiders, Microsoft says that this build includes many fixes and brings improvements on stability and overall performance.

Windows 10 Mobile build 10149

Microsoft has just released a new preview of the mobile operating system. This time, the company is rolling out Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 and the new build is available now through the Fast ring of updates. According to the software giant, build 10512 includes a number of changes since the release of build 10166, which includes improvements in the overall stability and performance.

The company also lists a few of the fixes included in the new build of Windows 10 Mobile, which included various reported issues by Insiders:

  • You can now set the Lock screen and background image from within the Photos app.
  • Improved Latvian and Chinese inputs.
  • Improvements to the Kid’s Corner tile layout.
  • Improved reliability of Data Sense notifications.
  • Modified Shape Writing algorithm to be less aggressive in suggesting contact names over common words.
  • Resolved an issue where Camera would not launch when the phone was locked.
  • (Fixed) The issue where apps installed on SD cards weren’t working after a reboot.
  • (Fixed) The issue where notifications for incoming text messages weren’t appearing.
  • (Fixed) The issue where the touch screen wouldn’t be responsive after ending a phone call on some devices.
  • (Fixed) The issue where folder tiles have obviously overlapping text.

Microsoft notes that Windows 10 Mobile build 10512 doesn’t include the Insider Hub app, but it’s working to bring it back in future releases. In addition, the company says that now that Windows 10 for desktop is out, Insiders can expect to see more frequent releases of Windows 10 Mobile builds.

The new build is available immediately and Windows Insiders should be able to check and download the newly released build from Windows Update. However, make sure you understand the known issues for this build before installing.

Source Microsoft

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