Mobile Hotspot Returns in Final Windows 10 Mobile Version

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Windows 10 Mobile is just around the corner, but there are many problems with the current preview builds, such as the inability to use the mobile hotspot in Windows 10. But it’s now been confirmed that this is being taken care of.
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If you are downloading every preview build out there for Windows 10 Mobile, then chances are you’re getting your fair amount of glitches and bugs. One of the most annoying ones is the missing mobile hotspot, but it seems that a fix is already in the works.

Mobile hotspot becomes once again available in Windows 10

Gabe Aul, Vice President of the Engineering Systems for Windows and Devices group at Microsoft, said that the next build release of Windows 10 Mobile Insider for phones will solve issue with the mobile hotspot feature:

“Next build is looking good. Has mobile hotspot, and most 10512 issues fixed. Perf a bit better too.”

So, if the next build will fix this problem, then it’s a given that the final version of Windows 10 Mobile will ship with the feature, just in case you were wondering. At the moment we don’t know when the next build version will be released, but we will be keeping an eye out.

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