Azure Sphere 20.03 update is now available

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Azure Sphere 20.03 update is now available in the Retail feed. This update includes enhancements and bug fixes in the Azure Sphere OS; it does not include an updated SDK.

 

The 20.03 release incorporates the following changes and bug fixes:

  • Updated the Linux kernel to 4.9.213 LTS
  • Fixed a bug where PWM settings were not updated after PWM output was disabled; the period and duty cycle were changed, and then output was re-enabled
  • Fixed a bug where the network interface status was incorrectly reported as "Connected" after the network was disabled by a call to **Networking_SetInterfaceState**
  • Fixed SPI bugs that could result in kernel crashes
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the device to run out of memory after repeatedly deleting an application
  • Fixed a problem that could cause an OS update to loop

 

For those who have a valid Azure Sphere OEM Customer License Agreement (CLA), 20.03 is a required update and use is subject to the terms and conditions of such agreement. For more information on getting the updated Azure Sphere OS, see Azure Sphere OS feeds.

 

If you encounter problems, please notify us immediate through your Microsoft technical account manager (TAM) so that we can address any issues. Microsoft engineers and Azure Sphere community experts will also respond to product-related questions on our MSDN forum and development questions on Stack Overflow.

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