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Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Mobile update to Windows Phones, but not many handsets were eligible for the upgrade. Expensive Windows Phones like Lumia 1020 could not receive the update, the unsupported phones are still running Windows Phone 8.1.

Microsoft killed Windows Phone 8.1 on 11 July as the company ended the mainstream support for the operating system. The existing phones could still be used without any major problems. While yesterday the users reported that the Windows Phone Store is down.

A new report now claims that Windows Phone Store is down since 2 days. A Italian website reports that today Microsoft has finally fixed the Windows Store outage issue on Windows Phone 8.1. At the moment, the fix is rolling out and it may take a day or two for the Windows Store to become accessible in all regions.

You can now once again update, download or view the app listing on the Store. While on other hand, the Store is still down on Windows RT but it is also expected to be fixed in the coming days. Is Windows Store once again accessible on your Windows Phone? Let us know in the comments below.

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