Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Jan 2013 23:27 UTC
Windows So, a rudimentary jailbreak for Windows RT made its way onto the web these past few days. Open source applications were ported right away, and it was confirmed that Windows RT is the full Windows - it's exactly the same as regular Windows, except that it runs on ARM. Microsoft responded to the jailbreak as well.
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RE: Comment by saso
by judgen on Wed 9th Jan 2013 01:31 UTC in reply to "Comment by saso"
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I could have answered consitency, but that i clrearly not the case as skeumorphism is still allowed withing Rt applications. I have been using my w7 mobile for a while now and even though i really regretted it at fisrt i have really learned to hate it.

Nokia is known for their hardware, they f|ed it up on my model though as the shitty battery keeps falling out in my pocket. Hope they do better with their other phones, since the one i got surely does not cut it.
I have omitted the mode name *most users that have one know the problem i am talking about( as the apologists for microsoft will rip me a new one by any unfounded reason they can find. I just do not care any more.

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RE[2]: Comment by saso
by Drumhellar on Wed 9th Jan 2013 02:04 in reply to "RE: Comment by saso"
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Which phone do you have? I have the Lumia 710 and it is pretty solid.

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RE[2]: Comment by saso
by Nelson on Wed 9th Jan 2013 05:51 in reply to "RE: Comment by saso"
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I've never heard of this issue occurring, but I would get in contact with Nokia support as I doubt this is the experience they have in mind. In the past they've been very kind in helping me resolve some one-off issues I had with a developer handset I was sent.

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