Here are the fixes, improvements, and known issues in Windows 10 Mobile build 14951

It's a new week, which means that there's a new Windows 10 build in the Fast ring. This one is 14951, and it's for PC and Mobile. The main new feature is a redesigned Camera app, which was actually released to Insiders yesterday. Sadly, there's still no sign of the Continuum improvements that were promised at Ignite.

As always, there is a list of fixes, improvements, and known issues. Here are the fixes and improvements in today's Mobile build 14951:

  • Following feedback discussing French punctuation rules, we’ve updated our French keyboards (with the exception of French (Canada), for which these rules don’t apply) to now add a space both before and after when using two-part punctuation marks, such as the semi-colon, the colon, the question mark and the exclamation mark.

  • We fixed an issue resulting in the Camera shutter sounds entry missing from the Sounds Settings page via Settings > Personalization > Sounds.

Here are the known issues:

  • Signing into apps such as Feedback Hub, Groove, MSN News, etc. with your Microsoft Account if you sign out or get signed out of these apps will not work. If this happens to you and you cannot sign in to Feedback Hub, you can send us feedback via the forums.

  • When rebooting a phone on this build and Build 14946 from last week, the device appears to get “stuck” on the blue Windows logo screen during the boot cycle. We have identified 2 bugs causing this issue and working to check in fixes soon. However, being “stuck” is only temporary. Depending on which device you have, your phone may be in this stuck state for 20-30 minutes, but it will eventually progress to the Lock screen. There is no permanent impact from these 2 bugs, just an unexpectedly long boot time. Please don’t reset your device! It’ll take longer to reset the device than it will to wait for the boot cycle to complete.

  • Excel Mobile will freeze after adding sheets and eventually crashes.

  • Insiders who have configured a data limit on their phone may get into a state where they receive frequent notifications about having exceeded this limit. To resolve the issue, please go into Settings > Device & Network > Data Usage and remove and recreate your data limit settings.

As you can see, there are more known issues than fixes and improvements on this one. While the known issues seem somewhat minor for most, Microsoft will likely add more in the coming days as it receives feedback on the build.

If you're on the Fast ring, you can get build 14951 by heading over to Settings -> Update & security -> Phone update -> Check for updates. If you're not, head over to the Windows Insider Program tab and tap Get started. When your phone reboots, go back and make sure that you're on the Fast ring.

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