Microsoft begins rollout of new update to Windows Phone Preview for Developers

Yesterday, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore confirmed that the company was preparing a new update to its Windows Phone Preview for Developers that would be released at some point this week. Today, Microsoft has announced that the update is now ready, and is starting to roll out to devices immediately. 

The latest update bumps the OS up to build 8.10.14176 (up from build 14157), and includes the following: 

  • Fix for error 80188308, which was causing issues with storage space running out on the system partition during the update process
  • Support for HTC devices - including the Windows Phone 8S
  • Performance improvements
  • Other 'general fixes'

Microsoft adds that there is good news for Nokia Lumia owners on the Preview program. The company will begin expanding availability of the Lumia Cyan firmware for these handsets from today, promising that it will "continue to add more Lumia devices every couple of days over the coming weeks until we bring everyone up to the latest [version]".

Source: Microsoft

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