If you are a Windows Insider, you would know that Microsoft has pushed back the roll-out of Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 after noting a major bug at the last minute. Naturally, the decision has caused frustration among Microsoft users, but it seems that not everyone was disappointed.
Microsoft inadvertently released Windows 10 Mobile build 10536 to few testers, who got it via the phone upgrade feature incorporated in the operating system. Obviously, many ran to install it and about a couple hundred users managed to do so before the Microsoft engineers figured out what had happened and pulled the update.
In a brief statement on Twitter, Gabe Aul has confirmed that about 200 installs of Build 10536 have been recorded.
“Yes, there about 200 installs of 10536.1003. We were staging to release and a few successful scans happened before pulling,” he tweeted.
@Fetandrey Yes, there about 200 installs of 10536.1003. We were staging to release and a few successful scans happened before pulling.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) September 12, 2015
If you are not one of those who have already installed the inadvertently released Windows 10 Mobile Preview Build 10536, do not be worried; you are safe from the added reset process that will now come with the new version. Microsoft is likely to release either the build 10536 or a fresh one for everyone in couple of days.
One of the Windows Insider members who managed to install the build 10536 has posted the screenshots of the latest preview. Check them out below.