Manually Updating a Raspberry Pi 2 running Windows 10 IoT Core to the 10.0.10586.63 Update

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In this quick video, I walk through the process to manually update your Raspberry Pi 2 running Windows 10 IoT Core build 10.0.10586.0 to the new 10.0.10586.63 update. 

If you are running build 10.0.10586 of the free version of Windows 10 IoT Core on your raspberry Pi, your Pi should update automatically.  However, if you want to cause the update to occur manually, this video walks you through the process to do so using the web based "Windows Device Portal". 

You can find more details about the 10.0.10586.63 update here: MSDN Blog: Windows 10 IoT Core Update

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      mike

      Where is the Windows Update menu item of IoT 10.0.1024.16384? Opening Web Browser from IoT Core Watcher lacks Windows Update on left side menu.

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      BretStateham

      You need to be running build 10.0.10586.0 first.  You can update to the latest build by re-flashing your current SD card.  These docs will get you there: http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/win10/RPI.htm

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      Dave Elerick

      The update process appears to be broken, as I've only received the :-( face when I let the Pi2 run and check for updates. When I manually restart it, the update gears are displayed for about 5 seconds, then the Something Went Wrong face. I've tried 3 diff SD cards with the 10.10586 flashed. This is disappointing.

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