Microsoft late today updated yesterday’s changelog for Windows 10 Mobile build 15235 to reflect a new bug reported by Windows Insiders in the Feedback Hub. The changelog now notes a new bug related to updating apps saved to the SD card.
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) July 27, 2017
According to Microsoft, Insiders running build 15235 who have chosen to have apps saved to their SD card may see an error code when trying to update apps through the Windows Store. The company is providing the following work around to help resolve the issue.
ADDED 7/27: If you apps saved to your SD card, you may see error 8007000B when trying to update those apps. As a workaround, you can move these apps to internal memory, update them, and then move them back to your SD card. Thank you to all the Insiders who reported this to us!
If you missed out on the initial release of build 15235, there is still time to download and check it out. New to the build are some improvements to Continuum, and it also comes with the usual list of known issues and fixes.Further reading: build 15235, Fast Ring, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Insiders