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Microsoft has released another Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview from the 'feature2' Development Branch to handsets in the Fast ring, bringing a couple of fixes, and a few known issues.
Microsoft says that the new Insider Preview for Windows 10 Mobile devices is "exactly the same as build 15205", apart from one fix. The new build is only available to install on 13 Windows phones.
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