It offers lots of new features including Cortana, a new digital voice assistant that sounds a good deal more advanced than the i Phone’s Siri.
However, you can’t simply download the software if you’re an average person with, for example, a Nokia Lumia 925 phone.
I reside in a district called Dhemaji in Assam, India.
This is a small district where there is no Wi-Fi connection nearby.
You should note, though, that installing Windows Phone 8.1 as an ‘unofficial’ build like this will void your warranty.
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’.
When Microsoft introduced Windows Phone, nearly five years ago, the company promised that it would control the update process, bypassing the carriers if necessary. Microsoft's Denim update, for example, was announced last September but still isn't available on AT&T's Lumia 830, T-Mobile's Lumia 635, and a handful of other phones.
The reality of the update process, through major updates to Windows Phone 8 and 8.1, hasn't held up to that ideal, especially with U. Verizon was the first to release Denim as an over-the-air update, but only after it had continuously rejected the previous (Cyan) update, leaving owners of their flagship Windows Phone device running a badly outdated version.
A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed to me that that statement applies to all Windows 10 Mobile devices, personal and business, and that the new mobile update process will be consistent with the update process for Windows 10 on PCs.That doesn't mean the carriers are completely out of the loop.The Windows Insider program will continue after the launch of Windows 10 Mobile, which means anyone who registers with the Insider program can get early access to updates with new features.It's not exactly Android-level fragmentation, but it's a problem.That's all going to change with Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft says. The original news was buried in a post from the Microsoft Ignite blog, introducing Windows Update for Business : Here at Microsoft, we take our responsibility to keep Windows secure seriously. proactively update supported devices with necessary updates to address issues.