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Would it be possible to Jailbreak a Lumia if you can deploy unlimited xap's ?

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29th May 2014, 06:35 PM   |  #1  
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My question is if it is be possible to Jailbreak a Lumia if you can Deploy unlimited xap files to your phone.
I ask it because you can deploy unlimited xap files to your phone.

All you need is the latest WP 8.1 update and a phone with a sd card slot.
First you can Developer Unlock your Lumia phone to be able to deploy 10 xap files.
Deploy 10 apps to your phone. After that you can move your 10 sideloaded apps to the sd card with the storage check app.
After that remove your SD card from your phone and deploy other 10 apps to your phone.
Now you can insert your SD card and move the new installed 10 apps to the SD card.
After that you can reply this process again.
With this method it should be possible to deploy unlimited xap's to your phone.

Hope this will help the devs to Jailbreak a Lumia like the 1520.
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29th May 2014, 11:50 PM   |  #2  
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Can deploy max 20 apps (10 on sd and 10 on phone)
then when i try to move phone apps to sd i got an error .
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30th May 2014, 04:57 AM   |  #3  
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Sadly, no. The change we need to make for interop-unlock is tied to how many apps you can sideload, but it's not actually in any way related to sideloading apps. A way to bypass the restriction is potentially useful in general, but doesn't help in finding unlocks.
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But what will happen if we deployed over 300 apps ?
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... nothing special? My phone is interop-unlocked, but it's probably only got ~30 sideloaded apps on it right now.

You have cause and effect completely reversed. A fixed-wing powered craft capable of generating more lift than its own weight is an airplane even if it's sitting on the ground. A car that flies off of a cliff does not become an airplane just because it's (temporarily, due to extraordinary circumstances) flying. Just as it is the *capability* for powered and controlled flight that makes an airplane an airplane, it is the OS-level support for installing over 300 apps that makes a phone interop-unlocked.

I could sideload another thousand apps on my phone (well, if they weren't too big) and then modify the MaxUnsignedApp registry value back to 10... and my phone would have ~1030 unsigned apps installed but it would *NOT* be interop-unlocked.

I'm not sure why this is hard to understand. There has been at least one other discussion of this idea already. I'm not even going to bother berating people for not searching before posting; instead I'm going to berate you for being obtuse. What part of
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The change we need to make for interop-unlock is tied to how many apps you can sideload, but it's not actually in any way related to sideloading apps.

is hard to understand?
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