Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.36 Still Missing for AT&T Users
Microsoft yesterday released a Cumulative update KB3124200, which changes version number to 10586.36, and the company now released the same build for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview. Build 10586.36 is available on both Fast and Slow rings.
Since this is a cumulative update, it brings some bug fixes and improvements to the system, but Microsoft again didn’t provide detailed info. However, this might be the last update for Windows 10 Mobile this year, since most of developers are heading home to spend the holidays with their families.
Just like it was the case with the majority of previous cumulative updates delivered for both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft released this update based on the data the company collected from users’ feedback of Windows Insiders, including owners of their brand new Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL Windows 10 Mobile devices.
“This build continues to address feedback we’ve received from Windows Insiders as well as customers using our brand new Windows 10 phones like the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. As with the previous release, this Cumulative Update continues to use the minor version for differentiating between each version – so this build will appear as 10586.36.”
AT&T Users Still Missing Windows 10 Build 10586.36
This update should be delivered to all users, and across all Windows 10 platforms, but it looks like that users of Lumia 950/95XLs on AT&T network are missing the update, again. We must admit that this surprised us, especially after the people started to believe that Microsoft bypassed all carriers’ barriers, and it should deliver updates to everyone.
But it apparently isn’t the case with AT&T, as we don’t know is this delay on purpose, and when the Build 10586.36 will be available for AT&T users.
Have you received this build for your Windows 10 Mobile device yet? You noticed some changes/improvements? Tell us in the comments.
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