Build 14283 published

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I can't install any of these since I have a Lumia 920 as my test phone and I don't want to install them on my Lumia 950 XL.
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DiskingRound wrote:https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperi ... ild-14283/
Yay, more phone builds!

Next time, you should probably put phone or mobile in the title like how their blog does.

I was excited for a second.

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I updated and reset my phone and now I'm stuck on the welcome language screen


how to fix???

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Goldfish64 wrote:I can't install any of these since I have a Lumia 920 as my test phone and I don't want to install them on my Lumia 950 XL.
You could apply the now well known trick to get those builds on any lumia. I'm myself running those builds on my main phone (call me crazy, but that's my choice :) )

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gajts wrote:I updated and reset my phone and now I'm stuck on the welcome language screen
how to fix???
To get out of this situation, you'll need to flash back to 8.1 using Windows Device Recovery Tool. Sorry but this is the only way.

Don't reset this build. There's a bug which doesn't make the next button visible. If you really want to do a reset to have a mostly clean OS, do the reset on the latest 10586 build then upgrade to 14283. Trust me it will be as clean as if you did a reset on 14283.

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It appears this build finally fixed some of the most obvious bugs ever... Finally.
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Gus my phone shipped with 10

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gajts wrote:Gus my phone shipped with 10
well flash back to windows 10 then, the instructions are still the same.

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I wonder how do you get the Mobile Enterprise SKU working...

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