Windows 10 for phones build 10052 now available for download as a minor update

Windows 10 for phones build 10052 fixes issues from previous build and there are no new features.

Windows 10 for phones

Only days after the second preview of Windows 10 for phones, Microsoft today releases build 10052 to the Fast ring of updates. According to the software giant, the new build is a “minor update” from the build 10051 that fixes a number of issues affecting the previous release.

Microsoft says that there is no new features in Windows 10 for phones build 10052, but it brings new improvements to make the mobile operating system more stable.

Here’s what the software giant is fixing in the new release:

  • Flight mode can now be enabled.
  • You can now disable data connections.
  • Fixed: The bug in which your phone’s MMS settings were lost after upgrading from Build 9941.
  • Fixed: The issue in which you could not download keyboards for additional languages.
  • Fixed: The issue where the viewfinder in the Camera app gets composed incorrectly on some devices like the Lumia 1020.

The new build also comes days after the company received a number of reports complaining about failures on Lumia 520 devices. In response, Microsoft quickly paused the roll out of build 10051 on affected devices and updated its Windows Phone Reset Tool and those devices were able to rollback to Windows Phone 8.1. However, today is a new day and the mobile operating system seems to be more stable.


If you’re already running Windows 10 on your phone, you’ll notice that the update process has change a little.

1. Go to Settings.

2. Tap on Update & recovery.

3. Tap on Phone update and tap the check for updates button.

Now the update should download and install automatically.

Source Microsoft

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