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Dual boot Android & Windows, is it possible?

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By Dolfan058, Member on 20th January 2014, 01:26 AM
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Yeah, licensing fees from Microsoft anyways lol
 
 
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There is nothing in the Terms of use about using Windows Phone on other hardware, nor is there a licence agreement to adhere to or a purchasable licence for the OS - so I wouldn't necessarily say Windows Phone would be Warez

That said it's still nigh-on impossible.
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