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[Q] HTC 7 Mozart with Android

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4th November 2011, 09:03 PM   |  #1  
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I want to buy HTC 7 Mozart but I don't want to use Windows phone 7
Can I install Android instead of WP7 in HTC 7 Mozart
and can I down grade to Windows mobile 6.5
thanks a lot
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As far as I know, WP7 is an only system, which can be loaded in Mozart, now...
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I want to buy HTC 7 Mozart but I don't want to use Windows phone 7
Can I install Android instead of WP7 in HTC 7 Mozart
and can I down grade to Windows mobile 6.5
thanks a lot

no way
if u want android - buy android phone.
but, imho, wp7 much better
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I want to buy HTC 7 Mozart but I don't want to use Windows phone 7
Can I install Android instead of WP7 in HTC 7 Mozart
and can I down grade to Windows mobile 6.5
thanks a lot

Why would want to run lousy OS on Mozart? Lag , lag and more lag. Especially with single core CPU. Even dual core CPU lag.
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you could always try reading one of the MANY other threads asking the same question

or ask yourself why do you want a mozart if you dont want WP7

TL;DR: idiot
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Angry wp7 to android
Thats probably one of the most stupid questions I have heard this week, search the market for an Android phone that looks like the Mozart and buy it....
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I would love to have android on mozart too


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Why would want to run lousy OS on Mozart? Lag , lag and more lag. Especially with single core CPU. Even dual core CPU lag.

your brain lags. It prevents you from speaking properly.
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your brain lags. It prevents you from speaking properly.

With current smooth UI from iOS and WP7, Android is Winmo 6.5 of the current mobile world.
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Buy android phone.You like the appearance of Mozart?

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