French developer gets Continuum working on Lumia 830.
Microsoft had earlier unveiled the Windows 10 software on laptops and personal computers before they came to their smartphones and with the launch of the Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft added an interesting new feature called the Continuum which allowed users of the mobile variant to switch to a view that looked much like that of the computer system.
However, there was a glitch in this plan as only a select few Lumia users could access this feature and this left others stranded and envious of their privileged counterparts.
Now though, that is soon to change as a French developer who goes by the name of Gustave M has made claims that he was able to get the Continuum feature running on the Nokia Lumia 830 which although had support for this feature, didn’t run the Windows 10 Mobile OS out of the box.
You are warned though that this hack which you would be seeing in pictures above is a very complex one and should only be attempted by the very tech savvy who know their way around this platform.
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