Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL (Windows) now getting 10586.107 update


If you celebrated the arrival of Windows 10 Mobile on T-Mobile by picking up an Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL, you should be seeing an update on your device today.

TmoNews reader Joe pinged me today to say that he’d received the 10.0.10586.107 update on his Fierce XL. T-Mobile hasn’t posted a changelog for the update yet, but when the 10586.107 update was released to Windows Insider testers earlier in February, Microsoft said that it included a fix for an issue that could cause a device to be missing Start screen tiles after the initial setup experience. Also included was improved Narrator support to make it speak in multiple languages.


This update may not sound super exciting, but hey, it is still an update, so that’s worth getting excited about on this Wednesday. If you’ve got an Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL and you haven’t yet received this update, head into Settings > Update & security > Phone update > Check for updates.

How are you Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL owners liking your new Windows phone now that we’re two weeks out from its launch?

Thanks, Joe!

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  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    I had many problems with the first unit and ending up returning it to T Mobile and they replaced it with a new unit. New unit seems to be working fine. Screen would keeping opening windows and launching apps on it’s own etc. I tried hard reset. Store tried hard reset and still the same issue.

    • Gary Kennedy

      I had returned two that I had nothing but problems with, the first one stalled during the initial boot up and the second one would not load internet pages and if you tried to launch an app by pressing a live tile it would flash and return to the main screen. I decided not to try a third.

  • Thierry J

    And the 950 XL ? Updated when ???

  • Tale 85

    Mine’s working great. And the update to 10586.107 is definitely an improvement. 10586.63 was very short lived on the Insider program and .107 is much better. What this means to us is that Windows as a Service is working. This is a software update from Microsoft. Since it doesn’t involve any of the firmware for T-Mobile this is how updates for Windows 10 Mobile will be done.

  • Tale 85

    Hey Alex, not only do we get the .107 update, we are now included in the Insider Program. This makes the new Redstone builds available to us.
    I don’t know how T-Mobile feels about it, but this is more good news.

  • Alex Zapata

    Getting updates within a few months of release feels awesome.