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It’s Patch Tuesday and Microsoft is also pushing out new cumulative updates with security fixes to Windows 10 Mobile handsets. Today’s update is rolling out to Windows Phone handsets such as Lumia 950, Lumia 650 and HP Elite x3 with fixes and improvements.

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15254.556 is rolling out to devices with Fall Creators Update. As per the changelog, the update appears to include security improvements for Microsoft Edge, Windows apps, Windows graphics, and Windows kernel.

You can download and install this cumulative updates on devices like HP Elite x3, Lumia 950/950XL, Lumia 650, Lumia 550, Wileyfox Pro and Alcatel IDOL 4S.

There’s another cumulative update for older Windows Phone. If you are using a device with Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update, you will receive Build 15063.1689 and it includes similar bug fixes.

Windows 10 Mobile support

Microsoft is all set to end support for Windows 10 Mobile later this year. The company isn’t going to release any new feature but it’ll still deliver the security updates until December 2019. After December 2019, Microsoft can leave its mobile platform behind once and for all.

Microsoft recommends users to move to an Android or iOS device when Windows 10 Mobile is discontinued, emphasizing that all of its apps are available on these platforms too.

“With the Windows 10 Mobile OS end of support, we recommend that customers move to a supported Android or iOS device. Microsoft’s mission statement to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more, compels us to support our Mobile apps on those platforms and devices,” Microsoft explained.

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