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Are you getting error 0x8007000B when downloading/updating the apps from the Windows Store on your Windows 10 Mobile? You are not alone. Many Windows Phone users are reporting the new issue.

Last week, Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Mobile Build 15063.483 to devices with Creators Update. The update had only performance improvements and bug fixes. However, after installing the update, the Windows Phone users are reportedly not able to download or update the apps. The bug has blocked the ability to download or update the app.

Microsoft hasn’t confirmed the bug and there is no official workaround. However, we have discovered a workaround. But it might be painful depending on the number of apps you’ve installed. Here’s how you can fix the bug.

Fix 0x8007000B when installing apps on Windows 10 Mobile

To fix error 0x8007000B on your Windows 10 Mobile Device, you will need to move all your apps from SD Card to phone’s internal storage. Furthermore, you will also need to set primary storage to phone’s internal memory.

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