Windows Phone Recovery Tool gets a mandatory update
Owners of Windows Phone devices can check out a new version of the Windows Phone Recovery Tool, which allows them to reset their phone back to a previous version if needed by connecting it to a Windows PC. The new version number is 2.1.2 and is a mandatory update for the app.
Even though this is a required download, this new version apparently is a pretty minor update. The change log says that this download adds some missing translations, and also includes some "small usability improvements and bug fixes." For those of you who have yet to download the app on your PC, you can go to Microsoft's support page to grab the program (opens in new tab).
Thanks to Aakash for the tip!
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I'm talking about the tool this article is based on, letting us install W10m. I want that. I think my 1020 is superbly fubard.
I found a page that is a guide that *might* fix your phone. Hit me up on firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you all the info I got
Here's to hoping they can fix it in future updates :)
If the problem persists, reinstall WPRT and repeat the process.
It would be better.
Its annoying to update again after rolling back from WM10.
I don't know which one to install for my Lumia 535 dual. Its both a Lumia and a WP :)