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By abadasstanker69, Senior Member on 23rd August 2014, 03:26 AM
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So I got an email today from HTC or Verizon. Can't remember which one. It says that the HTC one M8 comes in a Windows Mobile version. Does anyone know if we can port it?

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So I got an email today from HTC or Verizon. Can't remember which one. It says that the HTC one M8 comes in a Windows Mobile version. Does anyone know if we can port it?

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I don't think anyone would try to port that over. Getting a m8 rom is hard enough to port down.
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Ok. Was really just curious anyway. It would be cool to dual boot but not as a replacement OS.

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Would you or anyone want MIUI ?
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I'm not a HUGE fan but its nice to have choices. MIUI seems too iPhone-y to me. Although the newest version (6?) I've heard, fixed that and made it WAY more customizable.

I like the WinMo option the best because of the integration with ms games and office365 etc. If I could dual boot anything it would be WinMo and android. I did that for YEARS with my titan. WinMo for work, android for home. It was awesome.

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I think you mean windows phone. Windows mobile is dead. It would be nearly impossible honestly.
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@Flyhalf205 if it's easy enough to bring across then having a lot of variety of roms is always great. A lot of us lot are flash crazy so I would be happy.

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And I only think windows option/request is popping up from HTC bringing out the new HTC one m8 windows phone. In my opinion I doubt it will do brilliantly as I do feel windows phones have dropped in demand...
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I would love to have miui again. I've ran it on every phone I've owned that has been android. And I see it's on all of the other HTC Ones, just not the max. I've tried porting. But I can't seem to get the coding down right. So just keep wishwishes developer would eventually get to it.
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