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that not all devices will be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update.
And you can’t easily revert to Windows Phone 8.0 if something goes wrong. Step one is telling Microsoft that you’re a developer. Just go to the Windows Phone app studio website and click on ‘Start a New Project’.Mobiles like this will get an update, but we’re unlikely to see it until much later this year. There are ways to get Windows Phone 8.1 for your phone right now, though.You need to pose as a developer, as the system is currently available for developers to get their apps working for the system ahead of its full release.This build comes with fixes for many issues which we'll discuss later in this topic.Now it'll automatically check for new updates and will install the new build in your mobile phone.They may also make your phone not bootable in some rare situations. If something goes wrong, you can try to repair your phone by restoring default firmware using Insider Preview (previously known as Technical Preview) for mobile phones, here is a good news for you.
Microsoft has released a new build 15215 of Windows 10 Insider Preview for mobile phones.
Feature 2 seems to be a splinter branch of Windows 10 that isn't the same as Redstone 3.
I asked Microsoft if officials would clarify what's going to happen with Windows 10 Mobile OS moving forward and a spokesperson said the company had nothing more to share beyond its blog post noting that Windows 10 Mobile test builds wouldn't have the same numbering as the PC versions.
Next, go to the Windows Phone Store on your mobile phone.
Download ‘Preview for Developers’, the app that lets developers get an early look at new versions of the Windows Phone system. Once installed, load up the app and enter your Live login details once more.
Please note that this new build is only available on Fast ring.