Microsoft started seeding the Windows 10 Creators update a few weeks ago, however, things aren’t going as planned. The software giant has received a lot of negative feedback in regards to hardware compatibility. And hence, Microsoft has blocked the updates to affected devices and warned users against installing the Creators update manually.

Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft is keeping a close eye on things and shared the OEM and feedback hub points in a recent blog post. And after the rollout of the first phase, Microsoft has indeed slowed down on releasing the updates to remaining eligible devices. Following is what Microsoft had to say in the blog post.

“Our feedback process identified a Bluetooth accessory connectivity issue with PCs that use a specific series of Broadcom radios, ultimately resulting in devices not reconnecting as expected.”

For devices with such Broadcom radios, the Creators update has been halted. Also, the devices with issues of high-priority from Microsoft won’t be receiving the newest release until the fix.

However, users can still go down the manual route to download and install the update. But, Microsoft thinks users should wait for the automatic update rather than taking things in their own hand. We also believe you shouldn’t proceed that route if you can’t handle the messed up OS. The company is rigorously working on the issues at hand, and expect the fix to be done soon.

In case you have the Creators update installed on your system, do share the experience with fellow users on Mobipicker in the comments section below. If you face some critical issue, it’s best to provide Microsoft valuable feedback through Feedback hub.

For those who don’t know, Windows 10 Creators update a.k.a Redstone 3 was released on April 11 to PC devices. This update is targetted at Creators and includes new innovations, features and security capabilities.