The Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview of build 14342 was released by Microsoft to Fast Ring Windows Insider testers on May 16.

However, yesterday’s blog post noted that due to some bug, the update shows up as 10.0.0.1001 instead of 10.0.14342.1001. Officials said the error is seen under Phone update in the settings app.

The new update named 14342 comes with a few new features, several fixes and support for three additional devices. This would assist users in getting updates from the Microsoft Development branch. Those three new devices are the Lumia Icon, BLU Win HD LTE 150e and BLU Win JR 130e. These devices would continue to get Insider builds, as of 14342.

The company has included some interesting features in this build, such as Swipe navigation in Microsoft Edge browser. The new feature has the ability to redirect certain websites and opens up with an app. On the downside, the new update has eliminated the Wi-Fi Sense feature that allows users to connect automatically to networks shared by their contacts.

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The 14342 test build for Windows 10 PC Insiders also does not have the Wi-Fi Sense feature, which was noticed last week, as per ZDNet.

The aim of Microsoft is to launch the next major release of Windows 10, also known as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (aka Redstone 1). The company is planning to release it by the end of July this year. However, it is now unclear whether the Windows 10 Mobile platform will also receive the Anniversary Update at the same time or some time later.

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On a related note, a new OneDrive app for Windows 10 was rolled out last night by Microsoft, but the company failed to clarify whether this is the promised Universal Windows Platform (UWP) OneDrive app or not. Moreover, it is not certain whether it is a preview or the final version.