Microsoft recently released build 14946 for insiders on PC and mobile. The build brought a few new features for PC and a good number of bug fixes on mobile. But there was a problem for the mobile users, if your phone had more than one speech pack installed, the build would fail to install. It looks Microsoft has fixed that problem.

Probably a server side update fixed the issue and now all users on fast ring can test out the new build. The build is running quite well on our phones and is a tad bit faster too. The blog page has been edited, notifying the change and the text prediction improvements has been added for more languages as well.

You can check out the new features added and the updated change-log here,


[ADDED] Expanding our to text prediction to more languages: This has been an exciting build for keyboard improvements, and we’re excited to announce one more – with this build, we’ve updated the following keyboards to now support text prediction: Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Slovene (also called Slovenian), Bulgarian, Albanian, Macedonian, Afrikaans, Galician, Basque, Swahili, Bangla in Bangladesh, Georgian, Azerbaijani (also called Azeri) (in Latin script), Kazakh, Armenian, Hausa (in Latin script) and Uzbek (in Latin script). If you speak any of these languages, we’d love for you to try it out and let us know how it feels (specific examples really help, if you have any). We’ll be watching the feedback closely and plan to update this work based on what we hear from you.

Known issues for Mobile

  • If your phone has additional speech packs installed – this build will fail to install on your phone with an 0x80188319 error. This is why we polled Insiders about language pack usage this week. Based on the response, we decided to push forward and send the latest bits. This issue will be fixed in the next build we release. NOTE: Removing speech packs will not correct the issue. Your device will continue to try and download and install the update and fail. It is recommended you move to the Slow ring until this issue is fixed. UPDATE – this issue has been mitigated.


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