Microsoft has updated the Windows Device Recovery Tool for the PC, with the new verison number of 3.1.6. The application, which allows supported Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile smartphones to go back to a previous OS version, has added support for a number of third-party devices.
Here is the change log for the new 3.1.6 version;
- Support for the AlcatelOne FierceXL Windows 10 Mobile device.
- Support for the BLU Win HD W510U Windows Phone device.
- Support for the BLU Win HD LTE X150Q Windows Phone device.
- Support for the MCJ Madosma Q501 Windows Phone device.
- Application improvements, and bug fixes.
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