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Devices running Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 IoT Mobile receive updates from the Current Branch (CB) unless you enroll the device in the Windows Insider Program or assign the device to Current Branch for Business (CBB). Only devices running Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise or Windows 10 IoT Mobile can be assigned to CBB.

Configuration of Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 IoT Mobile devices is limited to the feature set pertaining to Quality Updates only. That is, Windows Mobile Feature Updates are categorized the same as Quality Updates, and can only be deferred by setting the Quality Update deferral period, for a maximum period of 30 days. You can use mobile device management (MDM) to manage updates for Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise and Windows 10 IoT Mobile. Updates cannot be managed for Windows 10 Mobile.

To defer the update period or pause deferrals, the device must be configured for CBB servicing branch by applying the RequireDeferredUpgrade policy.

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Windows 10 Mobile is the successor to Windows Phone 8.1 and was released on November 20th of 2015. Windows 10 Mobile was designed for use on smartphones and phablets, having entered public beta testing in February of 2015.

Windows 10 Mobile features Universal Windows apps, a better notification system, an improved camera experience, support for Continuum, a new iteration of Office Mobile, and much more. The first set of Windows 10 Mobile powered Lumia smartphones were the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.

Check out our weekly Windows 10 Mobile news recap series, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s mobile operating system.

Devices running Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 IoT Mobile receive updates from the Current Branch (CB) unless you enroll the device in the Windows Insider Program or assign the device to Current Branch for Business (CBB). Only devices running Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise or Windows 10 IoT Mobile can be assigned to CBB.

Configuration of Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 IoT Mobile devices is limited to the feature set pertaining to Quality Updates only. That is, Windows Mobile Feature Updates are categorized the same as Quality Updates, and can only be deferred by setting the Quality Update deferral period, for a maximum period of 30 days. You can use mobile device management (MDM) to manage updates for Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise and Windows 10 IoT Mobile. Updates cannot be managed for Windows 10 Mobile.

To defer the update period or pause deferrals, the device must be configured for CBB servicing branch by applying the RequireDeferredUpgrade policy.