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29th November 2012, 02:06 PM |#2  
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Sounds like the HD2 delivered proof for what the people are saying about it. It just refuses to die.
UEFI MAGLDR - sounds amazing
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It's more of a, Microsoft you lied!! Kind of thing.

WP8 from what we can see, has booted up and if its not a different kernel then all windows phone devices are capable of running the new os....

At any rate we must wait for more details instead of pictures to confirm any thing besides what we have seen.

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A lot of problems there still . . . (c) @CotullaCode

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29th November 2012, 02:47 PM |#6  
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Hello,


For now it's actually just a proof of concept.
I honestly dunno how far it can goes forward; a lot of problems appear and not sure will be it's possible to solve them.
And not only to solve them, but get an acceptable user experience

It was implied as "a crazy experiment" at the start up time

For now it's implemented only few functionality like SD card, screen output, touch screen input.
All other things are not working. I won't add "YET" it can be very hard to get some things to work.
and DFT didn't yet decided about future developments in that direction.


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It's more of a, Microsoft you lied!! Kind of thing.

they can be right also . . .I don't know yet.
But NT is much more heavy system than CE. remember that.
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they can be right also . . .I don't know yet.
But NT is much more heavy system than CE. remember that.

Yes that may be right. But isn't there a deeper knowledge of the NT Kernel than the CE Kernel?
I mean you would probably not find answers on StackOwerflow if you ran into a problem developing a CE driver. Chances are higher for NT, you know...
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Yes, it helps a lot of, but usually only answers to basic questions. Complex and the most intersting ones are usually always kept answered
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Hello,


For now it's actually just a proof of concept.
I honestly dunno how far it can goes forward; a lot of problems appear and not sure will be it's possible to solve them.
And not only to solve them, but get an acceptable user experience

It was implied as "a crazy experiment" at the start up time

For now it's implemented only few functionality like SD card, screen output, touch screen input.
All other things are not working. I won't add "YET" it can be very hard to get some things to work.
and DFT didn't yet decided about future developments in that direction.



they can be right also . . .I don't know yet.
But NT is much more heavy system than CE. remember that.

Sence Nt is much heavy system than CE I wonder if it will be possible or better to have large capacity sd card or if possibleto run this type of rom from sd rather than nand? not realy a question just my thoughts. niceto see some progress in this direction good luck with future crazy experiment. =)
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It's now running from SD card. NAND is not assumed to be supported by any way
(there is no native support for such storage medias inside NT, as well no goal to add such support - cuz NAND is too small for that purposes)
But SD cards are not really fast . . . unlike eMMC with 8bit bus inside native WP8 devices.
As well too often access to SD card may produce big power drain.
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