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Reply # 786931 25-Mar-2013 21:04
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So who do we contact at 2degrees / MS to write the code for a RT driver?

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  Reply # 786932 25-Mar-2013 21:05
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the manufacturer of the USB dongle/modem

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 789543 30-Mar-2013 10:24
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Does anyone know someone at Huawei to develop the Windows RT driver for a 2degrees USB mobile modem (model E1552)?

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  Reply # 789551 30-Mar-2013 11:07
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I think will see a rise of "hey I can't run my [x86 apps] on my surface tablet". Yes there are emulation that converts x86 calls to arm but will not expect the average user to understand

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  Reply # 789656 30-Mar-2013 16:01
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Yep - found this emulator - but you have to jailbreak the RT first - not my cup of tea - http://www.extremetech.com/computing/148841-how-to-run-normal-x86-windows-apps-on-your-windows-rt-tablet


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