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Microsoft Updates Changelog for Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007, SD Card Encryption Now Supported

Following up on the release of Windows 10 Fast Ring Build 15007 Microsoft has updated the change log of the new build. As it says now, users of Windows 10 Mobile can encrypt their SD cards if device encryption is enabled.


It´s quite unusual that a changelog is updated afterwards, but this is exactly what did with Mobile Build 15007. It seems that somebody had forgotten to add the missing information and Microsoft decided to sneak it in one day later with the remark [ADDED 1/13].

Apart from the minor addition of an option to Always show the Glance screen when charging, Microsoft now also lists an encryption feature for SD cards, which is quite an interesting and useful feature. Here you have the complete changelog-additions, including some bugfixes:

  • Encrypt your SD card (Mobile): “Enterprises often need to ensure devices with access to enterprise data have device encryption enabled so that their data remains protected against offline attacks. With Build 15007, we're happy to announce that enterprise managed devices on Windows 10 Mobile now have the ability to encrypt SD cards that have been inserted into the phone when device encryption is enabled. Head to Settings > Update & Security > Device Encryption to find the new option. When deploying policies through mobile device management (MDM) solutions for the Windows 10 Creators Update, enterprises can require SD cards to be encrypted. Cloud backup for data on the SD card is strongly recommended when using this feature.”
  • Glance Screen Improvements (Mobile): The “Always show Glance screen when charging” option is back! It is available in Settings under Personalization -> Glance Screen starting with Build 15007! Thank you for your feedback!”

‘Download stuck at 0%' investigated

In addition to the newly added features for Mobile, Microsoft included some fixes for known issues for PC and Mobile. Concerning the issue of getting stuck at 0% when downloading Windows 10 Build 15007, Microsoft refers Insiders to a forum post by one of its moderators which you can find here.

Known Issues for PC:

  • “ADDED 1/13: If you're experiencing an issue getting stuck at 0% downloading this build – check out this forum post.
  • ADDED 1/13: During the installation of this build, Insiders may experience a storport.sys bugcheck (GSOD) causing them to rollback to the previous build. There is currently no workaround.
  • ADDED 1/13: If you're experiencing an issue where your PC gets to 99% and appears stuck – sit tight and don't do anything (such as rebooting). There is a bug causing the installation to take an abnormal amount of time.
  • ADDED 1/13: On some PCs, audio stops working sporadically with ‘device in use' error”. We are investigating. Restarting the audio service may fix things for a bit.”

Known Issues for Mobile:

  • “ADDED 1/13: We're investigating reports of random reboots on some devices with this build.”
Kostas Papanikolaou
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Kostas is a former sports journalist and an amateur gamer. Combining his love for technology with his writing experience, he enjoys covering news about Microsoft. Being an artistic “soul”, he is also writing poems and short stories.

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