Just a couple of hours after Windows Insider head Donar Sarkar announced there would be no new Insider builds this week, reports began rolling in of a new build for Windows 10 Mobile. Apparently, Microsoft is upgrading build monitoring services, but it's Sarkar was probably referring to the fast ring.
#WindowsInsiders we will resume flighting builds next wk. We are upgrading our services that're used monitor builds https://t.co/irWefqMV6v
— Dona Sarkar at #AbilitySummit (@donasarkar) September 7, 2016
There doesn't appear to be a changelog for the build yet, and the download incorrectly reads 14393.103. On inspection, the update actually bumps the build number up to build 14393.105.
Build 14393.105 on Desktop
This takes those in the Slow and Release Preview ring to the same version as the Windows 10 desktop production ring, which came on August 31. The PC build primarily fixed some issues with PowerShell and other services.
It also improved the compatibility for the Xbox One controller on various games, improved battery life on the Microsoft Band and improved performance when purchasing apps on the Windows Store.
The August 31 changelog also came with some upgrades to Windows 10 Mobile. It enhanced the support of NFC chips and fixed an issue with game or app audio not resuming after a call.
It's not yet clear what differences have come with the most recent mobile build, but we'll keep you updated as more information becomes available.
You can get hold of the update by going to Settings> Update & Security>Phone update. If you notice any changes, get in contact with us and we will be happy to credit you in the article.