Windows 10 Mobile To Come With “Audio Routing” In The Redstone build


Windows 10 mobile are slowly reviving into the scene. Even not with the same charisma and popularity the devices are still managing to get themselves noticed. Similarly, the company is trying to top some changes here and there, too. For now, the latest internal Redstone build of Windows 10 Mobile has revealed a new feature that is quite too novel for the company.

As per the feature, the users can decide all by themselves where they want to route the sound of a call or a video. The feature has been called as Audio Routing. As mentioned, the feature allows the users to select if they want to play the audio of a phone call or a video over the Bluetooth or they want to opt for the same features over the speaker.

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Paired with Audio Routing, another feature allows the speaker phone to automatically turn on when the handset is moved away from the ear by a user. The speaker will turn on when this action is placed during the phone call. The feature is impressive and this pair is obviously convenient for the users. The Audio Routing Option will be introduced on the Windows handsets over the course of next few weeks.


To those who are unaware, the Windows 10 Mobile’s update pushed to the Windows Phone handsets just last week. What’s more is that nearly half, 50% of the Windows 10 phones will be missing through the update. In such list is the most famous Windows cum Nokia Smartphone of all time, the entry level Nokia Lumia 520.

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Let’s see how this new feature turns out to be in the new Smartphones or the existing updated ones’. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.