Hackers successfully run Windows 11 on… Android

Microsoft announced a preview for Windows 11. That means tech enthusiasts and hackers are starting to experiment with a lot of interesting things with Windows 11. Such as porting the new Windows operating system to Windows 11. Android phone. Although the new operating system is not intended for such use, and phones with Windows 11 installed do not really work as they should and cannot even make calls.

Windows 11 is designed for traditional PC platforms like desktops and laptops, but Microsoft is also paying attention to the tablet market and supports ARM processors (Snapdragon) as well as Intel CPUs or AMD x86.


The Snapdragon support feature has attracted the attention of some developers, as they can install the operating system on some powerful smartphones, especially those using the Snapdragon 845 chip and 855. However, to be able to use Windows 11 on mobile devices, users need some customization tools such as UEFI boot mode.

Developers use phones OnePlus 6T and Xiaomi Mi 8 as a test subject for the “Renegade” project. While Windows 11 can run on these devices, many operating system features do not work and the phone cannot make calls. It should be noted that Windows 11 was not designed for phones, so projects like Renegade will not have much development potential.


Gustave Monce, another enterprising developer, tried installing the Windows 11 preview on Windows Phone, specifically the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL. This device can make calls, send and receive messages after the developer ported drivers from Windows 10 Mobile.

Windows 11 has arrived on the Raspberry Pi 4 as well as a variety of desktops and laptops. Some computers are not compatible with Windows 11 without adjusting to UEFI/BIOS mode.

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