This might sound strage as Microsoft stated that Continuum for phones required a specific hardware, but a developer, known for the app he made for registry tweaking, got Continuum to work on a Lumia 830

It is fully working as expected, all features are working fine, but before you get hyped I have to stop you. This isn’t something you can use right now without tweaking your device, this is a very tricky process and can damage your device

Though, here are some screenshot of Continuum:











The developer also stated that the phone crashed few times while running Continuum, and I guess that’s why Microsoft didn’t make it available for all devices.

What we know now is that Continuum for phones is integrated in all Windows 10 Mobile devices, but again, you won’t get it because Continuum is very powerful and it also requires a lot of power to work smoothly.

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