Recently, Microsoft has brought an update and upgrade of Android 11 to the first generation of Surface Duo, but Microsoft’s Surface Duo dual-screen phone was originally to run Windows 10X until Microsoft abandoned this project, switch to Android. Hacker developer Gustave Monce of the main LumiaWoA project (which ported Windows 10 to Microsoft’s Lumia 950XL phone) had previously managed to get hold of a Microsoft Surface Duo Android dual-screen phone to work on a Windows 11 ARM port. Now the project has made new progress and successfully entered the OOBE (Out of Box Setup Experience) interface. Previously, Microsoft Surface Duo successfully booted the Windows 11 ARM64 system.
The logo LOGO here is provided by the UEFI firmware, which is basically just two mobile phone icons glued together.
IT House has learned that Microsoft has officially stopped supporting Windows 10 Mobile before, but with the efforts of the WoA project developers, there will still be developers to refresh the old Lumia models and new Android models into the new system.
A group of independent developers has been maintaining an unofficial Windows on ARM project for the past few years, known as WOA, as Microsoft provides a compatible version of Windows 10 for ARM devices. Now that Microsoft has released the Windows 11 ARM version, there are new systems to try.
Starting in 2019, the Lumia mobile phone flashing Windows 10 ARM (WOA) project, which is a collection of third-party developers, has also been launched on GitHub, including all LumiaWOA-related projects.