I was kind of put off by this update because it was only incremented by 1 whereas the desktop version can easy jump double-digits between builds. I was originally expecting a big new build, but the idea behind this particular update is to restore some of the functionality that was severely limited or hampered in the previous build. There are no new features in this build and was meant strictly to return functionality to the users that have decided to risk it all and go with a technical preview on their day-to-day primary phones.

For those of you with a Lumia 520 phone, you can now get this build. The 10051 was temporarily suspended for that particular model amid reports that a small number of users were having issues trying to roll their phones back to Windows Phone 8.1. The issue causing the failures was the way in which the Windows Phone Reset Tool was re-flashing these devices. Microsoft has released an update to the Windows Phone Reset Tool that should get those impacted by the issue up and running. More information on that is available here.Continue reading

Before you get further into this blog post and wonder why it may seem a little off, this is my first blog post about the Windows 10 builds for phones. There has only ever been one prior build for Windows 10 and phones, but I didn’t cover it as the Lumia 920 I have wasn’t in the supported devices list. I didn’t have any indication of when they might happen, so I skipped it. I only like doing a review for things I’ve actually laid my hands on.

The Lumia 920 I have had the latest updates applied to it from the developer preview program for 8.1 where application developers can get the latest updates directly from Microsoft rather than waiting for carriers to make it available to users. The version you see on my phone’s About screen may reflect a newer version as a result.Continue reading