1. Anix90s's Avatar
    I rolled back from Windows 10 mobile build 14332 using WDRT. I was stuck for more than 45 mins at that stage where it says, with the header "Apps", "A few more apps still need to finish installing. I should just take...". Sensing something wrong, I ran the WDRT again! But again I got stuck at that same point.
    P.S- Phone battery is more than 50%.
    PLEASE HELP!!!
    (Lumia 640)
    05-02-2016 12:34 PM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    I rolled back from Windows 10 mobile build 14332 using WDRT. I was stuck for more than 45 mins at that stage where it says, with the header "Apps", "A few more apps still need to finish installing. I should just take...". Sensing something wrong, I ran the WDRT again! But again I got stuck at that same point.
    P.S- Phone battery is more than 50%.
    PLEASE HELP!!!
    (Lumia 640)
    So is the phone in a state where you can use it? Also, can you charge your phone fully and then try the wdrt?
    RumoredNow likes this.
    05-04-2016 08:08 AM
  3. shikhanshu's Avatar
    I rolled back from Windows 10 mobile build 14332 using WDRT. I was stuck for more than 45 mins at that stage where it says, with the header "Apps", "A few more apps still need to finish installing. I should just take...". Sensing something wrong, I ran the WDRT again! But again I got stuck at that same point.
    P.S- Phone battery is more than 50%.
    PLEASE HELP!!!
    (Lumia 640)
    1. Fully charge phone
    2. Do WDRT again
    3. While setting up initial things, do NOT sign in to any MS/outlook account, just skip that. If you do sign in, do NOT take any previous backup, start fresh.

    "A few more apps..." screen takes a long time after WDRT. Maybe close to 20 mins even. So once it reaches that screen, just plug in phone to charger and go do something else for a few hours and forget about the phone. That helps :)
    Chintan Gohel likes this.
    05-04-2016 12:52 PM
  4. rhapdog's Avatar
    "A few more apps..." screen takes a long time after WDRT. Maybe close to 20 mins even. So once it reaches that screen, just plug in phone to charger and go do something else for a few hours and forget about the phone. That helps :)
    In my experience, it can take anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours. Done it twice on my 640, plan on doing it again today, as I'm having too many issues on Redstone build and want to go back to the release of W10M. Plug it in and walk away is great advice.

    "A Watched Pot Never Boils."
    05-06-2016 07:48 AM

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