Microsoft has rolled out a new firmware update for its recently released Windows Phone 8.1 Developers Preview with some bug fixes and battery improvements.
If you have installed the Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for developers on your smartphone, then you will get the minor 22MB update through OTA (over-the-air). If you haven’t received any notifications yet, just search for the update manually.
As the file size suggests that the software update will not make any major feature updates, but the battery life has been improved after the update. Microsoft has applied some bug fixes on its predecessor with some performance tweaks. No any new exciting features, nor user interface has been updated.
Microsoft started roll out the original Windows Phone 8.1 Preview on April 14 onwards, If you are so desperate to try the latest software on your device, you have to register as a developer at Microsoft by paying $19 as a fee. Once after registering with them, you will have the access to publish your own WP apps in their store. You could also register yourselves at App Studio, which not only give you the Developer status, but also let you install the developer version of the update.
Microsoft will be releasing the official public version of the software update in June 24, 2014. Stay tuned for more updates on this story. If you have updated your Windows Phone smartphone to this firmware, please let us know the changelog, if you find any.