The first Windows 10 update Microsoft has published for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XLwas removed shortly after its launch. The update was the first one to bypass carrier testing, but installation issues forced the Windows 10 Mobile team to take it down.

On the Microsoft Answers forum, a moderator explains that users should ignore low storage notifications and if pending OS or app updates are present, leave the phone plugged into a charger “while it works through those items.”

The update in question is labeled 10586.29 and some users had to reset their devices in order to get them working normally again. It’s unclear when Microsoft plans to fix the update and relaunch it. However, the company is adamant that user feedback is taken seriously and encourages customers to reach out to the company in case of problems.

The first Windows 10 update Microsoft has published for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XLwas removed shortly after its launch. The update was the first one to bypass carrier testing, but installation issues forced the Windows 10 Mobile team to take it down.

On the Microsoft Answers forum, a moderator explains that users should ignore low storage notifications and if pending OS or app updates are present, leave the phone plugged into a charger “while it works through those items.”

The update in question is labeled 10586.29 and some users had to reset their devices in order to get them working normally again. It’s unclear when Microsoft plans to fix the update and relaunch it. However, the company is adamant that user feedback is taken seriously and encourages customers to reach out to the company in case of problems.
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