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Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.187 comes to Slow & RP rings. Read the changelog

Microsoft has now pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.187 to Insiders in Slow and Release Preview Rings. You can read what the build brings in terms of fixes and improvements below.

We have earlier reported a rumor claiming that Microsoft may be planning to push Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.187 as the next Anniversary update CU. Now the build has been listed with changelog on Windows 10 update history page. While we are not sure when Microsoft is planning to release it and whether to Insiders or non-insiders or to both, you can read the changelog already.

As per Jon from Microsoft, Build 14393.187 may be out for Mobile soon, albeit not today.

Keep in mind that this changelog has changes / fixes for both PC and Mobile.

Windows 10 PC / Mobile Build 14393.187 changelog:

This update includes quality improvements and security fixes. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
  • Improved reliability of Windows Shell, map apps, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge.
  • Addressed issue causing push-button reset to not work correctly and roll back on devices with language set to any of the Unicode languages.
  • Addressed issue causing devices to crash after disconnecting an e-reader that was attached to the device.
  • Addressed issue causing devices to not recognize a Secure Digital (SD) card if it is inserted and removed multiple times.
  • Addressed issue causing some apps to not respond to the commands in the app bar in Windows 10 Mobile.
  • Addressed issue that sometimes blocks alarm notifications in Windows 10 Mobile.
  • Improved support for using the camera app in Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise.
  • Addressed additional issues with rendering 4K resolution, missing Start menu tiles when running on battery, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Bluetooth compatibility, graphics, display rotation, app compatibility, Wi-Fi, Feedback Hub, Miracast, Windows Shell, revised daylight saving time, and USB.
  • Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows kernel, and Adobe Flash Player.



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  • infinidim

    Can’t come soon enough. There is a major WiFi issue on the Lumia 930 which I hope it fixes. Why can’t Microsoft get it right first time?

  • Pedro Weekes

    To me all this “JUNK” MS is releasing is just to quell the masses’ frustration. Why release a phone/s last November with a HALF-ASSED OS?? Purposely setting yourself up for failure when consumers start reporting ALL the bugs. Y would any $$ making multi-billion dollar corporation do that? Yet for all the money MS has they still can’t hire a proper tech team to release a MOBILE OS BUILD that works on about less than 10 phone models. How many models does the Android OS work on in comparison to Windows? Yet we always accept the rhetoric that these MS execs spew at their functions, Y?? I’m a windows fan but that sure as ass doesn’t mean I should sit and accept like a new-born because I just should if I love the platform as I say I do. Why change to another? If Apple or Google didn’t listen to their customers they wouldn’t be enjoying what they wallow in now. Why’s it so hard for MS to do likewise. No-one expects MS to take over leadership in the mobile world but what we expect that since there are millions and millions of WINDOWS PC users that any mobile device running WINDOWS should work!!! Why is it so easy for Apple especially to release a new OS build and if issues, possess the ability that by day end or the next release a build update the resolves said issue forthwith. Yet MS the “software” giant can’t!!! For all the SOFTWARE conglomerate that MS is why’s it so ridiculously difficult to release a mobile OS that works for all who use it that’s a simplified version of Android and similar to IOS. Turn on phone, unlock, scroll up and down to check info on screen, read msgs, check email, check news, check stocks, make a reservation, shop online,check sports scores, make a call, answer a call, take a pic, send a birthday greeting on FB/messenger, ask Cortana a ?/set reminder etc. All I’ve listed are everyday tasks if chosen, nothing is brain surgery simple everyday btw tasks on a cell phone that everybody does.

    So MS what’s so blasted difficult to have devices running your OS do those things without the issues you read from the feedback hub.

  • Tihomir Zivic

    Any information on the Gadget app operability resolution subsequent to the AU installation? Namely, the 4.3.10820.0 version is obviously dysfunctional, as it fails to recognize the devices, eg., Microsoft Display Dock, etc. While the upgrade version (4.4) was indeed distributed to the Fast WI ring, it has been withdrawn from the Store meanwhile, and no (official) app update appears as of that time.

  • pege63

    It’ was patch Tuesday yesterday, so was time for Microsoft to release new cumulative updates for computers that have already been upgraded to Windows 10.

    The new cumulative updates are KB3189866, KB3185614, and KB3185611 and are aimed at the original Windows 10 version released in July 2015, the November Update, and the Anniversary Update that shipped on August 2 this year.

    Just like all the other cumulative updates, these new ones do not bring any new feature, as they are specifically supposed to fix bugs and issues. These cumulative updates include performance updates and bring improvements to apps such as Microsoft Edge, Cortana, and others.

  • Egidijus Lisauskas

    The same write about 14393.103 and .105…
    PC get this update.

    • Kamal

      Build 14393.103 is out already. Microsoft didn’t push 14393.105 even after uploading it to production server. So, it seems they are planning to push 14393.187 instead. A Microsoft employee also confirmed that it will be out soon.

      • Egidijus Lisauskas

        Hmm, did not find him, and can not find. To me 14393.67 (Lumia 650)

        • ionutj

          i think the .105 mobile build is just for the release preview ring and slow ring on the insider program.