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  1. Umm Yeah's Avatar
    I also think people complaining about loading and resuming issues either have too many apps open or they're grossly over exaggerating.
    Actually, I usually get the Loading/Resuming bug when I first reboot with no apps running or unlock it, with no apps running. I generally lose use of a good chunk of the OS (email and messaging stops working as well as music and video playback) for about an hour or so but I still can open apps using Cortana.
    10-01-2015 07:00 PM
  2. nycny's Avatar
    Actually, I usually get the Loading/Resuming bug when I first reboot with no apps running or unlock it, with no apps running. I generally lose use of a good chunk of the OS (email and messaging stops working as well as music and video playback) for about an hour or so but I still can open apps using Cortana.
    This has been my experience with the last 2 builds on Lumia 1520, clean install from 8.1. No backup.
    10-01-2015 08:15 PM
  3. DrNitun's Avatar
    Hello,

    After getting the "loading" bug after a couple resets....I decided to roll back to 8.1. Not worth the headache!
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    10-01-2015 10:53 PM
  4. slivy58's Avatar
    Hello,

    After getting the "loading" bug after a couple resets....I decided to roll back to 8.1. Not worth the headache!
    I did the same today on my L830, was becoming much more than a headache, at least it feels like a brand new phone now w/Win 8.1 on it hehehe... Using my L1020 daily too also made it evident which one was the wiener ;-)
    10-02-2015 12:30 AM
  5. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Things I've noticed with these builds and the forums

    I started insider program when 10512 had just released and started reading the forums at about the same time.

    In 10512 - some people complained a lot on battery draining, apps loading slowly, loading screens, app crashes and a few other issues. A good number said that the previous build was much better (10166) and that they couldn't wait for the next build to come out (10536)

    Now we have 10536 - some people are complaining a lot on battery draining, apps loading slowly, loading screens, app crashes and a few other issues. A good number are now saying that the previous build was much better (10512) and that they can't wait for the next build to come out (105xx)

    Notice anything about this?

    I had a good experience with 10512 and with 10536. Both were exceptional and they are getting better. I followed instructions and recommendations from the forums and things went almost smoothly for me. I'm not on 10536 since my need for Lumia camera on Lumia 1020 outweighed my need to have 10536. Once Lumia camera is back, I'll jump straight back as soon as I find wifi

    Have a nice weekend :-)
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    10-02-2015 02:34 AM
  6. Teo Bartulovic's Avatar
    I had a good experience with 10512 and with 10536. Both were exceptional and they are getting better. I followed instructions and recommendations from the forums and things went almost smoothly for me. I'm not on 10536 since my need for Lumia camera on Lumia 1020 outweighed my need to have 10536. Once Lumia camera is back, I'll jump straight back as soon as I find wifi
    I'm quite satisfied latest two builds, use TP on my primary phone (L930 ) since build 10512 without any serious issue, some minor problems here and there, mostly with 3rd party apps and so great battery life, but that's something I can live with... Can't even imagine myself switching back to 8.1 :D

    r Lumia camera on Lumia 1020 outweighed my need to have 10536. Once Lumia camera is back, I'll jump straight back as soon as I find wifi
    I managed to get Lumia camera on my L930 couple of days ago :)
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    10-02-2015 03:00 AM
  7. ShaneRay's Avatar
    As I expected would happen, I had to roll back to 8.1 this morning on my 830.

    The performance is horrible and the stability worse. Ah well.

    Decided it's best to wait until the event next week to see what news we get and what happens following the event. Waiting for some hands-on reports for the new hardware too. As it stands now, Windows 10 Mobile worries me.

    So, we're in a holding pattern with limited fuel. ;)
    Joe920 likes this.
    10-02-2015 09:07 AM
  8. anon(9603734)'s Avatar
    I'm fairly new to the Windows Phone experience, had my Lumia 635 for 3 or 4 months now, having previously been an Android (2011 to 2013) and iPhone (2013 to 2015) owner.

    I've been using the TPs on my daily driver since build 10166. I didn't really encounter very much in the way of "Loading..." issues (Start screen or apps) that seem to have plagued so many people on builds 10512 or 10166. However, in recent days on build 10536 I am noticing that apps are taking much longer to open - for example, the Dialler and People apps are taking a good 8 seconds to open, whereas they used to be open within just a couple of seconds.

    Other than that issue and a couple of minor bugs I've come across (and reported!), for what I use the phone for I'm absolutely loving WM10. The apps I need are available and, although maybe not as full featured as their iOS/Android counterparts, are perfectly adequate for my personal usage requirements.

    I just love the Start screen, live tiles and customisation. Copying/transferring files from the phone to my laptop (and vice versa) is also just so simple; it was so laborious with iPhone and iTunes.

    My current plans are to get the Lumia 950 at some point in the future .
    10-02-2015 02:53 PM
  9. jasqid's Avatar
    I ran 10536 since it went to fast ring. I just rolled back to 8.1 this morning. I was expecting builds to be a bit quicker like they did for PC right before launch... but the slugishness finally got to me. LOADING... RESUMING... got to be much. 10-20 second wait on app launches... Its just not there yet for me. SO going to wait for full release now.
    10-02-2015 03:06 PM
  10. jasqid's Avatar
    ^ SHould add that I might just go back on insider build when it gets to the final build... causing knowing verizon I'll be lucky to see it in 6 months or even at all....
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    10-02-2015 03:08 PM
  11. slivy58's Avatar
    So what is it with the immense differences in the "final outcome", whether it is a success or fail, in regards to WP/WM in general?

    Being noticing a trend for some time, especially w/W10M, where some will have minimal issues while others end up with a complete and total disaster, adding to the confusion, same model devices will vary widely. Another thing, after doing a fresh install w/o backup many recommend do another hard reset, the way I see it the initial fresh install should have sufficed. Throughout all my years toying with various OSs I haven't seen nor experienced such an anomaly of this magnitude before, W10 for PC too had some similarities when it was first released to the masses, but then hardware vastly differs compared to WP so that’s much more understandable.

    Such is the case with my L830, did the preferred method of install (fresh) of build 10536, no backups and a hard reset afterwards, results were pretty disappointing to say the least. Now I read others stating their 830 is running great with the minimalist of issues (WTF!), just don't get it sigh!
    Last edited by Elky64; 10-02-2015 at 09:08 PM. Reason: formatting
    10-02-2015 04:22 PM
  12. tut1234's Avatar
    So what is it with the immense differences in the "final outcome", whether it is a success or fail, in regards to WP/WM in general?

    Being noticing a trend for some time, especially w/W10M, where some will have minimal issues while others end up with a complete and total disaster, add to the confusion, same model devices will vary widely. Another thing, after doing a fresh install w/o backup many recommend do another hard reset, the way I see it the initial fresh install should have sufficed. Throughout all my years toying with various OSs I haven't seen nor experienced such an anomaly of this magnitude before, W10 for PC too had some similarities when it was first released to the masses, but then hardware vastly differs compared to WP so thats much more understandable.

    Such is the case with my L830, did the preferred method of install (fresh) of build 10536, no backups and a hard reset afterwards, results were pretty disappointing to say the least. Now I read others stating their 830 is running great with the minimalist of issues (WTF!), just don't get it sigh!
    I think its like some else said, depends on what you are doing. Some people do everything on their phone others don't. For example I don't use FB on my phone, so that is not an issue for me. Store problems are annoying because everyone uses store at some point.
    Also its not just the OS, the Outlook app update seems to be using more memory and killed the response on my L520. When I click on phone and I could not make a call, that was when I switched back to 8.1.

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    10-02-2015 07:53 PM
  13. slivy58's Avatar
    I think its like some else said, depends on what you are doing. Some people do everything on their phone others don't. For example I don't use FB on my phone, so that is not an issue for me. Store problems are annoying because everyone uses store at some point.
    Also its not just the OS, the Outlook app update seems to be using more memory and killed the response on my L520. When I click on phone and I could not make a call, that was when I switched back to 8.1.

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    For me it had little to do with “what you are doing” as the basic operation of the phone itself was hugely impacted, it would be totally unavoidable even for the casual user, the problems with apps, store etc just compounded an already bad situation. So there is much more to it than simply usage from where I’m sitting, is it bad hardware, OS or both, after going through some trials and tribulations w/Windows 10 for PC’s I’m inclined to go with the latter as being the most at fault, look at how many have stated that upon the initial install things weren’t all that bad but after a few day it begins to self-destruct.

    I’m sure many will state “it’s beta, what do you expect!”, from the view out my window we’re too far along in the game to blame it on that alone, as it stands now I have pretty much zip in the way of anticipation for next week’s announcements, hope they do well but a tiny voice tells me there’s going to be some disappointed WP diehards.
    Last edited by Elky64; 10-03-2015 at 03:23 PM. Reason: formatting
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    10-02-2015 10:57 PM
  14. DeathMoJo's Avatar
    I received an update this evening for the Mail, calendar and calculator. Battery life drain has slowed down averaging only 2-3 percent during non-use. Maybe its a fluke but I re-enabled location as well and same results. We will see how the long term holds up.
    10-03-2015 12:52 AM
  15. Darren Walsh's Avatar
    When they start porting apps from android will it work with banking apps too??
    10-03-2015 01:27 AM
  16. Arievl's Avatar
    Working with this build since it came out, and still enjoying it more than 8.1. I must admit that 8.1 was better when it comes to performance and functionality (mainly because it didn't include Edge, which is still rubbish in my opinion), but 10 wins it on layout. Like many others said: 8.1 looks so big etc. Almost feels like my old Atari 2600 when I compare it with the layout / look & feel of 10 Mobile.

    Battery life is sometimes good, sometimes bad. It seems that once every few days you should restart your phone (not reset, simple restart) to keep it fresh. 10 also requires more upkeep then 8.1 when it comes to apps in the background: almost nothing closes when using the back button (unfortunately, hope Microsoft will fix this) so after a few hours you have to close the open apps because the phone starts to lag.

    For me, Microsoft did a good job on 10 overall and this build in particular, but they could have made one change that would have made it (much) better: they should have included the old Explorer alongside Edge. Edge just isn't ready for reliable everyday use and it holds back on the user experience. By including the old Explorer we would have had a choice and I think experiences would have been better.
    10-03-2015 02:42 AM
  17. Penguin apple's Avatar
    The latest build is fine performance-wise, but the graphics/animations are having severe issues with stuttering animations, especially when you make a multi-task switch between apps. I thought it was just my old Lumia 920's fault, but then I witnessed the EXACT same animation stuttering on a co-workers' Lumia 930, so it is definitely the OS that we should blame here - not the hardware. I do believe the 10.0.0 version (so to speak, whatever build version it will hold) will be fine on newer devices, and Snapdragon S4/S4 Pro devices will have to wait maybe two more months until it is behaving really fantastic. That is what I myself think, anyway.
    10-03-2015 11:59 AM
  18. daniel cooper2's Avatar
    Samsung galaxy note 5 update!!! It just works. Damn lol don't waste you money on windows new flagship phones they are crap. Everything is better on the android side.
    10-03-2015 02:06 PM
  19. ptfuzi's Avatar
    Except the part i don't like Samsung, or android
    Sent from Lumia 1020.
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    10-03-2015 02:08 PM
  20. DaxeTM's Avatar
    Samsung galaxy note 5 update!!! It just works. Damn lol don't waste you money on windows new flagship phones they are crap. Everything is better on the android side.
    No updates, bugs, viruses, costumized skins in every different phone that makes a phone dead faster. Yeah, no, thanks, I'll stay where I'm at for a few more months.
    10-03-2015 02:37 PM
  21. Darren Walsh's Avatar
    Turning off location will dramatically increase battery life
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    10-03-2015 08:26 PM
  22. safariking's Avatar
    Samsung galaxy note 5 update!!! It just works. Damn lol don't waste you money on windows new flagship phones they are crap. Everything is better on the android side.
    I rather waste my money on a good windows phone than wasting my money on a android phone wich has crapwiz (touchwiz) and has viruses all over the place and is slow as hell no thanks no crapdroid for me.
    10-04-2015 02:38 AM
  23. ramyZgHR's Avatar
    Samsung galaxy note 5 update!!! It just works. Damn lol don't waste you money on windows new flagship phones they are crap. Everything is better on the android side.
    Sure. Go play with your phone.
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    10-04-2015 04:45 AM
  24. shadow118's Avatar
    Switched back to 8.1 on my 620. The lags and bugs finally got the best of me. And also it suddenly started draining the battery like crazy. Not lasting a day without really touching the phone much. Now on 8.1 after 12 h it has lost only 7%. I still like W10M, but I'll wait, 'till they optimize it or untill I buy a new phone (whichever comes first)
    10-04-2015 02:41 PM
  25. Ivan05il's Avatar
    Android is more polished and things work better, no need to stick Note 4 in a fridge for an update :p The only problem with it is that I don't like Android, don't like Alphabet, I don't like how they don't care about their customers to deliver updates to everybody. And I'd rather cut off my hand than to pay anything to Apple with it :D
    10-05-2015 08:13 AM
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