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jenneh

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JROM: WINDOWS 10 AND 11 LITE ISO PLUS WIN11R00T
=======================================================

I am releasing modified ISOs of Windows 10 and 11 today~!

They are intentionally Unactivated~!

I have reduced most of the bloatware I was able to with MSMG.

All antivirus features are included (I.E. Defender, firewall, etc)

Download:

Google Drive:

Alternative Site pending

(4.24 GB)

I left edge browser in, as it is a dependency for some programs.

This build was intended to remain as practical for work use as possible.

This build also contains a folder called "PHONETOOLZ"

These will be explained later, "How to root Anything Android".....

If you're not interested, just delete! :)

Download:

Google Drive:

Alternative Site pending

(4.07 GB)

Again I left the stock Browser in this copy.

I also left the original Dock, therefore the original bugs come with this...

I tried to keep this one as true to the original release as possible, minus the bloatware.

There is nothing additional added to this copy.

This version is mainly intended for developers to see if their product works in 11.

Download:

Google Drive:


Alternative Site pending

(5.21 GB)

This is just to "Root" Windows. This does Not Root WSA.

We will go over rooting WSA in another video.

This is the version I run and intended for most users to run so I spent the most time on it.

This has a modded dock, therefore it is a much cleaner look.

It comes with Brave browser instead of edge.

It has VCC package ready to be installed.

It has WINROOT folder built in, to install Windows Subsystem for Android.

WINROOT Also allows you to install your own apks to your system.

Pleased watch my video if you want to install the android subsystem.


These ISOs will not install directly by running the setup.exe file contained within.

They were developed initially for Virtual Machines, but curiosity set in.

If you want to install them on a Virtual Machine, download Virtualbox.


You will need the vbox extension pack too.


If you want to install them on your host pc, download Rufus.


Walkthrough of both methods below, starting with Rufus..

You will need a flash drive that is fine with being wiped.

In Rufus, hit the SELECT Button, Select your ISO.

Set partition scheme to GPT, Target System UEFI.

Set Volume Label to whatever name you like. I use the ISO name usually..

Set file system to NTFS and cluster size to 8196.

Hit start, then your USB is ready!

In Virtualbox, hit the New button. Set a name for your machine.

For Windows 10 you can set any memory.

For Windows 11 you need to set it to 8192 initially until installed.

Create a virtual disk now and select vdi, dynamic, and size.

Click on Settings, Storage, Click on the Blue Disk Icon that says "Empty".

Then click on the blue disk on the right side next to "sata port"

Select "Choose a Disk File" and Select your ISO.

Now run the Machine.

The Windows 11 ISO will crash a couple times in installation.

This is bc the installer animations are removed

This is all bc there is no UEFI setting

Just restart it, it will be fine.



<3 JEN
 
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jenneh

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I do Not know how to use Batch files or the replacement in Win 11 yet, more like I haven't invested the time to learn yet, this is why the WinRoot tools are mostly in text files. I will correct that in the future as well. I'm going to go back to focusing on the shield for a while ~! The virtual machines will be uploaded here in a couple days, however long it takes to upload x.x
 

Newportswag74

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could you please mirror these iso somwhere else mega charges you and it is also one of those free sites that now charge
 

jenneh

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could you please mirror these iso somwhere else mega charges you and it is also one of those free sites that now charge
Yes I am having the same trouble with the virtual machines. I am porting them to google drive, it will just take a couple days unfortunately. My upload speeds are near non existent x,x. I'm going to have 10,000 gmails by the time I'm 90... haha\

For those being rate limited... if you use a vpn, Tor, a proxy, some service like that in a second fresh private browser, you can trick the rate limit to start the download, then drop the proxy and the service will reset at your download speeds and allow you to continue. (proton free vpn worked for me doing this trick..)

I'll leave a comment below when the google links are up
 
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Newportswag74

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Yes I am having the same trouble with the virtual machines. I am porting them to google drive, it will just take a couple days unfortunately. My upload speeds are near non existent x,x. I'm going to have 10,000 gmails by the time I'm 90... haha
Thanks for your brain you helped me in a few areas
P.s smart chicks are 🔥
 
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jenneh

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Google Drive links have been added for those being IP rate limited from MEGA~!

I hate to share this knowledge, I will share it again, seeing as MEGA is being scuzzy just after a massive advertisement
campaign with yt creators to get more users, to then severely limit the service... This method works with other bad actors as well...

"For those being rate limited... if you use a vpn, Tor, a proxy, some service like that in a second fresh private browser, you can trick the rate limit to start the download, then drop the vpn or proxy and the service will reset at your download speeds and allow you to continue. (proton free vpn worked for me doing this trick..)"
 

Oswald Boelcke

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Google Drive links have been added for those being IP rate limited from MEGA~!

I hate to share this knowledge, I will share it again, seeing as MEGA is being scuzzy just after a massive advertisement
campaign with yt creators to get more users, to then severely limit the service... This method works with other bad actors as well...

"For those being rate limited... if you use a vpn, Tor, a proxy, some service like that in a second fresh private browser, you can trick the rate limit to start the download, then drop the vpn or proxy and the service will reset at your download speeds and allow you to continue. (proton free vpn worked for me doing this trick..)"
@jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:
So my download flew down in 2 minutes , but stopped just before I got the whole thing.
It stopped at 5GB and wanted me to wait 5 hours before I could resume. FFS .... :rolleyes:

So , it seems mega is currently questionable... and the only way to get the stuff is some convaluted VPN method.
jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

Regards
Oswald Boelcke
Senior Moderator
 

jenneh

Senior Member
@jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:

jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

Regards
Oswald Boelcke
Senior Moderator
Absolutely will do! I'm at work but I'll edit the mega links off my posts and search for a better mirror. Sad to see mega go this route
 

jenneh

Senior Member
@jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:

jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

Regards
Oswald Boelcke
Senior Moderator
Oswald, now that I have time to properly read what you said, beyond the "mega bad" part :p Hey Thank You for the tips about "AFH, Sourceforge etc." I am going to be honest, I did not Know that Sourceforge was free, I have downloaded from there many times~! I will check it out and I'm going to test microsoft too.

If you have the time, could you tell me what AFH is? Or Any other Free providers you know of? I would gladly do, like, some scientific-esk experiments to figure out who is fastest, haha.

"Fastest" for us Low Upload speed folkz. . .

I really am sad today. I admired Kim Dot Com and well, this is disheartening.

Another thought, do you know a way "to make my files smaller?" than a compressed zip?

o_O maybe this is something else I can look into. Ugh.

Computerz are "magic". ;-)

They Can Do Anything~!

...also I'm self taught, Sir, and I only "Know" what I share, so Anything You or Anyone else shares, I Value.
 
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Oswald Boelcke

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Staff member
If you have the time, could you tell me what AFH is? Or Any other Free providers you know of? I would gladly do, like, some scientific-esk experiments to figure out who is fastest, haha.
Andoidfilehost (aka AFH) is used by many developers on XDA:
If you experience issues, one of my highly esteemed team mates, RD @rwilco12 is the AFH representative on XDA.
Another thought, do you know a way "to make my files smaller?" than a compressed zip?
Sorry, negative. I'm not a developer or otherwise knowledgable. I'm a simple 66 years young noob in these matters.
 

jenneh

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My ISOs got DMCA'd ;-) I don't think it is worth it to fight it, as I have showed those who want to make the ISO's themselves, how to do so. Just don't share your backups publicly if you want your links to stick, lol

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Anywho Now I Am Really Motivated To Root WSA TODAY~! Let's do that!
 
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My ISOs got DMCA'd ;-) I don't think it is worth it to fight it, as I have showed those who want to make the ISO's themselves, how to do so. Just don't share your backups publicly if you want your links to stick, lol
I'm slightly off-topic, but although these methods won't allow you to share links, you can use the excellent BoxCryptor to encrypt the contents (you have to pay for BoxCryptor to be able to encrypt the filename as well) or StableBit CloudPool, with which you can create an encrypted "Drive" in your cloud of choice.

As I said, you can't share links to things that are stored that way, but you can keep storing things for your own purposes in the cloud without fear of a DMCA. I would consider CloudPool the better choice for this particular purpose - I use both for different things, although I'm only using the free limited version of BoxCryptor, and I paid for CloudPool which has a 30-day trial.

Also, I know OneDrive has some kind of Vault feature, but I don't really know anything about it other than annoying ads for it in the OneDrive app, but I haven't seen those lately. I was already using other solutions, so I've had no need to look into it.

Good luck.
 
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I'm slightly off-topic, but although these methods won't allow you to share links, you can use the excellent BoxCryptor to encrypt the contents (you have to pay for BoxCryptor to be able to encrypt the filename as well) or StableBit CloudPool, with which you can create an encrypted "Drive" in your cloud of choice.

As I said, you can't share links to things that are stored that way, but you can keep storing things for your own purposes in the cloud without fear of a DMCA. I would consider CloudPool the better choice for this particular purpose - I use both for different things, although I'm only using the free limited version of BoxCryptor, and I paid for CloudPool which has a 30-day trial.

Also, I know OneDrive has some kind of Vault feature, but I don't really know anything about it other than annoying ads for it in the OneDrive app, but I haven't seen those lately. I was already using other solutions, so I've had no need to look into it.

Good luck.
I truly appreciate this Share~! I'm going to look into all the above mentioned. I so much, Thank You, for your Time :)
 

jenneh

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Have you made any ARM versions? Trying to use Limbo to VM on my Galaxy Tablet
I'm trying to successfully get an arm version ported, either to my phone or to my Nvidia shield, but various issues are limiting an easy port. I haven't been able to load the Stock Windows arm yet, but Will figure it out.. then for sure will look into modifying it.. a nice developer named koobie gave me the best lead I could have asked for, to do dual boot with custom uefi drivers, just going to take some time unfortunately, for me to understand.. I learn slow :)
 
I truly appreciate this Share~! I'm going to look into all the above mentioned. I so much, Thank You, for your Time :)
Again, a lil off topic, but another cloud service that's rather new & IMHO has the BIGGEST free storage that grows when you do certain tasks - much like Deego but not add viewing like Deego - is called TeraBox
AND if you use my link, not only will you get the 1TB completely free for life, but we both get an additional 200GB of permanent free storage!

EDIT: Apparently everyone gets greedy when building cloud storage, and they have removed the permanent 200GB per invite, and replaced it with 180 day storage! Grrr!
On the plus side, the daily GB sign in bonuses are still permanent though!
(1GB 1st day, 3GB 2nd day, 5GB 3rd day, 7GB 4th day, 10GB 5th Day, 15GB 6th Day... 20GB 7th day, and it starts all over again... 61GB every week!)

They do have a premium tier, and it offers some nice goodies, but without a lifetime subscription offer for storage, I'm just not interested, and the free tier is just fine.
Quick up and downloads for any file type, with no size restrictions

www.terabox.com/wap/activity/recipient?code=2_4400742212471

Hope this helps someone!
Cheers!
 
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@lenigma1too Thank You~! I always Appreciate New Storage provider suggestions, I'll check it out here shortly.

@IFNg Now that Ive had the time to Try It.. Thank You for mentioning Limbo, I hadn't tried that specific app out before!

Edit... I FINALLY Got limbo to Load Windows~! On the Shield. It ran a regular iso not arm version and I had to dl the x86_64 version not arm like I had thought to get it to actually post so all my problems were User Error :)
 
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    =======================================================
    JROM: WINDOWS 10 AND 11 LITE ISO PLUS WIN11R00T
    =======================================================

    I am releasing modified ISOs of Windows 10 and 11 today~!

    They are intentionally Unactivated~!

    I have reduced most of the bloatware I was able to with MSMG.

    All antivirus features are included (I.E. Defender, firewall, etc)

    Download:

    Google Drive:

    Alternative Site pending

    (4.24 GB)

    I left edge browser in, as it is a dependency for some programs.

    This build was intended to remain as practical for work use as possible.

    This build also contains a folder called "PHONETOOLZ"

    These will be explained later, "How to root Anything Android".....

    If you're not interested, just delete! :)

    Download:

    Google Drive:

    Alternative Site pending

    (4.07 GB)

    Again I left the stock Browser in this copy.

    I also left the original Dock, therefore the original bugs come with this...

    I tried to keep this one as true to the original release as possible, minus the bloatware.

    There is nothing additional added to this copy.

    This version is mainly intended for developers to see if their product works in 11.

    Download:

    Google Drive:


    Alternative Site pending

    (5.21 GB)

    This is just to "Root" Windows. This does Not Root WSA.

    We will go over rooting WSA in another video.

    This is the version I run and intended for most users to run so I spent the most time on it.

    This has a modded dock, therefore it is a much cleaner look.

    It comes with Brave browser instead of edge.

    It has VCC package ready to be installed.

    It has WINROOT folder built in, to install Windows Subsystem for Android.

    WINROOT Also allows you to install your own apks to your system.

    Pleased watch my video if you want to install the android subsystem.


    These ISOs will not install directly by running the setup.exe file contained within.

    They were developed initially for Virtual Machines, but curiosity set in.

    If you want to install them on a Virtual Machine, download Virtualbox.


    You will need the vbox extension pack too.


    If you want to install them on your host pc, download Rufus.


    Walkthrough of both methods below, starting with Rufus..

    You will need a flash drive that is fine with being wiped.

    In Rufus, hit the SELECT Button, Select your ISO.

    Set partition scheme to GPT, Target System UEFI.

    Set Volume Label to whatever name you like. I use the ISO name usually..

    Set file system to NTFS and cluster size to 8196.

    Hit start, then your USB is ready!

    In Virtualbox, hit the New button. Set a name for your machine.

    For Windows 10 you can set any memory.

    For Windows 11 you need to set it to 8192 initially until installed.

    Create a virtual disk now and select vdi, dynamic, and size.

    Click on Settings, Storage, Click on the Blue Disk Icon that says "Empty".

    Then click on the blue disk on the right side next to "sata port"

    Select "Choose a Disk File" and Select your ISO.

    Now run the Machine.

    The Windows 11 ISO will crash a couple times in installation.

    This is bc the installer animations are removed

    This is all bc there is no UEFI setting

    Just restart it, it will be fine.



    <3 JEN
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    Google Drive links have been added for those being IP rate limited from MEGA~!

    I hate to share this knowledge, I will share it again, seeing as MEGA is being scuzzy just after a massive advertisement
    campaign with yt creators to get more users, to then severely limit the service... This method works with other bad actors as well...

    "For those being rate limited... if you use a vpn, Tor, a proxy, some service like that in a second fresh private browser, you can trick the rate limit to start the download, then drop the vpn or proxy and the service will reset at your download speeds and allow you to continue. (proton free vpn worked for me doing this trick..)"
    @jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:
    So my download flew down in 2 minutes , but stopped just before I got the whole thing.
    It stopped at 5GB and wanted me to wait 5 hours before I could resume. FFS .... :rolleyes:

    So , it seems mega is currently questionable... and the only way to get the stuff is some convaluted VPN method.
    jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

    Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

    Regards
    Oswald Boelcke
    Senior Moderator
    3
    @jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:

    jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

    Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

    Regards
    Oswald Boelcke
    Senior Moderator
    Absolutely will do! I'm at work but I'll edit the mega links off my posts and search for a better mirror. Sad to see mega go this route
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    @jenneh Thanks very much for sharing your current experiences regarding mega.nz with us. One of my highly esteemed and network experienced team mates @malybru decided to test one of your downloads from mega, and this is what malybru experienced. He asked me to share this with you:

    jenneh, G-drive is certainly an option; however, unless you're able to reduce the size of the files you like to gratefully share you might want to consider to use other suitable filehosts in future. Personally, I think e.g. about AFH, Sourceforge etc. but I'm convinced you know all the possibilities yourself.

    Thanks veryy much for your contributions to the benefit of the XDA users.

    Regards
    Oswald Boelcke
    Senior Moderator
    Oswald, now that I have time to properly read what you said, beyond the "mega bad" part :p Hey Thank You for the tips about "AFH, Sourceforge etc." I am going to be honest, I did not Know that Sourceforge was free, I have downloaded from there many times~! I will check it out and I'm going to test microsoft too.

    If you have the time, could you tell me what AFH is? Or Any other Free providers you know of? I would gladly do, like, some scientific-esk experiments to figure out who is fastest, haha.

    "Fastest" for us Low Upload speed folkz. . .

    I really am sad today. I admired Kim Dot Com and well, this is disheartening.

    Another thought, do you know a way "to make my files smaller?" than a compressed zip?

    o_O maybe this is something else I can look into. Ugh.

    Computerz are "magic". ;-)

    They Can Do Anything~!

    ...also I'm self taught, Sir, and I only "Know" what I share, so Anything You or Anyone else shares, I Value.
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    If you have the time, could you tell me what AFH is? Or Any other Free providers you know of? I would gladly do, like, some scientific-esk experiments to figure out who is fastest, haha.
    Andoidfilehost (aka AFH) is used by many developers on XDA:
    If you experience issues, one of my highly esteemed team mates, RD @rwilco12 is the AFH representative on XDA.
    Another thought, do you know a way "to make my files smaller?" than a compressed zip?
    Sorry, negative. I'm not a developer or otherwise knowledgable. I'm a simple 66 years young noob in these matters.