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@heynerandresgom Devices that originally launched on WP8 will keep WP8 recovery images in the tool.— Jason (@NorthFaceHiker) April 4, 2016
This is good news for people who might encounters bugs and other issues with Windows 10 Mobile, or if they just like Windows Phone 8.1 better. Jason also confirmed that there are currently no plans to offer Windows 10 Mobile images via the Windows Phone Recovery Tool.
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