Yesterday, Microsoft began pushing out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile that advances the system to Build 10586.71. In the changelog, Microsoft noted that the cumulative update doesn’t bring new features, but it comes with a good number of bug fixes.
It also includes changes to ensure that Windows Phones enrolled in Insider program can continue to receive the future preview builds. The cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile also includes performance and reliability improvements for users upgrading from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft has rolled out a Configuration Update to modify the certificate and allow the devices to receive future flights.
Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.71 includes Windows Update performance and reliability improvements. The build also makes improvements to the migration process of data profiles and messaging settings when upgrading handset from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.71.
Windows will finally update SensorCore API from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile during the upgrade. This will allow apps, even fitness apps, to correctly access movement data.
Windows 10 Mobile has been updated to detect SD card correctly and you will notice that File Explorer finally handles the removal of SD card properly when apps or photos are assigned to the memory card.
Microsoft Edge is being updated with under the hood improvements, including support for a better PDF reader.
You can now re-connect to the paired Bluetooth devices and accessories quickly. The update also makes improvements to Cortana and Microsoft Band’s turn-by-turn directions feature.
Settings have been updated for downloading Maps or changing system quick settings.
You will no longer experience DRM music playback issue when reinstalling Groove Music from the app store. Groove Music is getting another change that allows the app to quickly import local song collections.
Windows 10 Mobile finally allows the in-app purchases to work correctly when cellular data is disabled.