Microsoft yesterday went about releasing its monthly round of Patch Tuesday cumulative updates for Windows 10 PCs, but Windows 10 Mobile was initially left out of the fun. Now, however, the February update for Windows 10 Mobile is rolling out to Windows 10 Mobile as KB4077675.
The update brings the build number up to 15254.248 for devices on version 1709 and contains the following:
- This build includes all the improvements from KB4074592.
- Addresses issue where the touch screen would remain unresponsive. In most cases, using the Power button to turn the screen off and on restores responsiveness. Occasionally, at startup, the touch screen would remain unresponsive, and the only recovery mechanism was to restart the phone.
The improvements cited in the release notes include a number of fixes that rolled out to Windows 10 version 1703 yesterday. Alongside the improvements, the update also contains a single known issue that PDFs cannot be rendered in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 phones. The workaround, at least for now, is to download the Microsoft Reader app. Microsoft says it is working on a fix that will come in an upcoming release.
If you're still using a Windows 10 Mobile device as your daily driver, you should be able to grab this latest cumulative update now.
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