I am a huge windows fan, have been for years, but as I use the insider preview of the mobile OS, I wonder why things, so easy and basic keep breaking?
My windows phone has been my go to device. I have accidentally broken screens, dropped them in water and all kinds of other accidents. I normally bought a cheap low end Windows Phone instead of buying another. Why? I love the OS. Every once in a while, I have decided to use an iPhone or android device to replace to it, but really I have found no more intuitive OS for my phone, than Windows 10 Mobile.
As a business professional, this is the perfect device for me, granted I cannot get the continuum feature to work on my desktop, but I remain committed.
What I want to know is why do features break that should be so basic to the OS and application model. I have issues every day with the live streaming of podcasts. It does not matter if I am connected to Bluetooth in my car or not. This feature requires me to restart at least once or twice a day. I understand that the fast ring is for "enthusiasts", but really? I submit feedback all the time and just what to know why? I could write an app very easily that works across all devices including my raspberry pi, but for something so simple as an internet stream, why should I have to. I have tried many other apps like PodCast!, but my issue is I just want podcast streaming to work across all my devices! Can anyone at Microsoft help?
Update: I think my streaming issue is because MSFT is updating the Bluetooth stack to include a GATT Server. Hopefully this problem is resolved soon.