Microsoft released the new Windows 10 Mobile build last week, but it came with its own set of issues causing the company to pull the plug and re-release it with the fixes. There are still some known issues present which you should know about, but they are bound to be there as the new mobile operating system is still in beta stages.
One of the issues faced by Windows Insiders upgrading to the new Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 was the disappearance of the Messaging app after you do a hard reset after upgrading to the new build. It turns out Microsoft was aware of the issue and have released a fix for it.
We have root caused the issue causing people to lose Messaging on Reset. Won’t happen with new installs now, after service-side fix.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) September 16, 2015
The software giant released a service-side fix to get rid of this issue so now, users doing a hard reset after upgrading to the new build won’t loose the Messaging app. As for those who have already installed the new build, they should reflash it again if they lose the app, says Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul.
In the meantime, if you haven’t upgraded, you can check out our hands-on video to see what’s new in the latest Windows 10 Mobile build 10536.Further reading: build 10536, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile