Microsoft updates Windows Device Recovery Tool with support for more phones

Microsoft has updated its Windows Device Recovery Tool (WDRT) many times in recent weeks, adding support for Acer handsets last month, and for a range of Windows phones from various manufacturers a few weeks ago.

After a further update last week brought improvements to the recovery process for Microsoft's HoloLens headset, yet another update is available today.

The release notes highlight a "minor update" for HoloLens recovery this time around, along with "other minor bug fixes". But more significantly, the WDRT has now added support for numerous devices from Microsoft's hardware partners.

Devices from BLU, XOLO, Micromax, KM, Diginnos Mobile, Inversenet, Jenesis, MCJ (Mouse Computer) and Freetel will all be compatible with the WDRT once the mandatory version 3.9 update is installed.

To get the latest version of the tool, simply start it up - you'll be prompted to install the update once it launches. If you haven't installed it yet, you can download it here.

Source: Windows Central

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