Microsoft recently started rolling out a Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to PCs and Mobiles, while a refurbish brought some much-needed changes, it also comes with some irritating bugs. Now it appears that Microsoft has shipped a cart chronicle of Fall Creators Update SDK where a applications using a ‘background audio agent’ won’t download or refurbish on Windows 10 devices.
If we are regulating a Windows Phone or PC, we competence get an error 0x80080204 when updating or downloading some applications. Microsoft/Windows Store error 0x80080204 has zero to do with your device, a bug is inspiring comparison applications and Microsoft hasn’t rolled out a repair yet.
Dropbox developer Rudy Huyn claims that Visual Studio 2017 + the Fall Creator Update SDK is causing a blunder 0x80080204, and a developers should not be blamed for a issue. Rudy Huyn also explains that Microsoft should refurbish a SDK or Visual Studio to repair a emanate and determine each application’s appxmanifest.
“It looks like some apps (including Dropbox) have an emanate with a Microsoft Store (0x80080204). It’s substantially a bug between a Fall Creator SDK and a Store. This prob is Store-side, we (developers) are already really influenced by these Store issues and are powerless, don’t send 1 star reviews to publishers, instead, send feedback to a store team,” Rudy Huyn tweeted.
While Microsoft hasn’t reliable either or not it is wakeful of a bug, though as a lot of users have reported a bug to a Redmond giant, a repair is substantially on a way. Are we means to refurbish a apps on your Windows Phone and PC?