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Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 Known Issues

Microsoft pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 to Insiders in Fast Ring and you can read the changelog by clicking here. The Build 15007 however has some known issues too, which you should know beforehand before planning to upgrade your phone.

Build 15007 Known Issues:

  • The Windows Hello greeting is missing from the lock screen. Showing the animation and user name is important for letting you know we have securely identified you. Of course, we also recognize the essential purpose of the Windows Hello feature is getting you to your Start screen without delay.  We’re working hard to make sign-in as quick as possible across all Windows Hello scenarios.
  • AAD Identity Settings Sync: You may not see your Favorites or Reading List roam down in Microsoft Edge if you try to immediately open these tabs after opening Microsoft Edge. You can open Microsoft Edge, wait 30 seconds, and then open favorites and Reading List to see content.
  • AAD Identity Settings Sync: Microsoft Edge does not sync Reading List from PC to phone unless there is a restart.
  • AAD Identity Settings Sync: Microsoft Edge is syncing passwords on phone but not showing them in “saved passwords” in Microsoft Edge settings.
  • When you receive a new email notification and tap on it to open the message, it doesn’t open the Mail app or message.
  • New option to pause updates contains text referencing PC-only Windows Defender.
  • Insiders with certain devices, such as the Lumia 635 and 636, may not be able to manually change the brightness. The brightness will still automatically adjust if it is set to do so, so please use that for the time being while we investigate.
  • The ninja cat emoji display in two characters on the keyboard instead of the expected one.
  • Adding a new card / paying with an existing card will not work in Microsoft Wallet.
  • ADDED 1/13: We’re investigating reports of random reboots on some devices with this build.
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  • Alan Young

    It beggars belief that MS would release such a bugged update to their faithful Insider crowd. That said they have said not to do insider ring stuff on your main device… Silly me, should have worked harder then bought two 930’s. Anyway, these past two days I have never been closer to jumping OS ship. I’ll stick with it though and that’s just because I can finally read webpages in Edge. Sort it out Microsoft, Please!!

  • Peter Theuerkauf

    That’s a bad update… Nokia Lumia 830, now permanently restarting, looks like it killed my SD Card, issues installing apps… needed to factory reset, still issues with the accounts and the SD card (it needs to scan after every restart…..)

  • observer2121

    This is the worst update ever. On 950XL. Reboots, physical side buttons stop working, start, back and search buttons stop working. Apps fail to open. This release was clearly not ready for insider ring testing. Microsoft basically turned my phone into garbage.

  • Kine

    Having restarts and freezes everywhere on my Lumia 930.

  • Matheus Vinicius

    This build is not good on my Lumia 730 =/

    • M Rankin

      had to 3 hard rest on my 1520 but is fine now, a new build should becoming next week

    • Suyash

      Try Hard Reset it fixed all the problems……. I faced random reboot and phone hanging too oftenly on my Lumia 730.

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