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The answer is No. You cannot run a Powershell in winodws mobile. Not until Microsoft implements it. I suggest you to upvote the feedback in the Feedback Hub. What about 3rd party apps? Third party apps, particularly the ones distributed via store cannot bring the full functionality of Powershell due the limiations that are there for security of the OS. ...


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If you are a developer and want to submit app to Windows Phone Store, its a must for you to unlock your device to be able to deploy your apps to phone and debug them. This allows you to side load apps that are not listed in the market, but you have to be a Windows Phone developer first. This does not provide any other significant OS changes. If you unlock ...


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It's currently not possible to root a Windows Phone 8 device. Keep an eye on the XDA forums for further developments.


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It is necessary to have an unlocked phone to install apps using the SDK. It is not necessary to install app from the Marketplace, of course.


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All the rooting methods for WP (and W10M) either require a custom ROM (definitely needs USB) or require installing "homebrew" apps that are not allowed in the store, and therefore must be "sideloaded". Unfortunately, it's probably not possible to sideload apps on stock WP8.1. First, your phone would need to be "developer unlocked" to allow sideloading at ...


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Given that you are running Windows 10, you can actually run T-Shell from your host computer and connect to your device. I have only done this on non-retail devices. Download and install WDK 10: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/windows-driver-kit By having the device connected via USB cable you can connect to the device via open-device ...


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There's a basic shell program (which supports CMD-like commands, though it isn't actually running CMD) available on XDA-Devs here. It's an old version (1.5 years) and I should bug the dev about updating it, but it provides some ability to browse the file system and registry. You have to connect to it using a Telnet-like protocol (PuTTY works). It can run ...


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Microsoft have removed the ability to developer unlock Windows Phone 7 devices


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You can dev unlock your phone. This can be done for free at http://apps.windowsstore.com you can make apps with a wizard and unlock one phone. If you need to unlock more phones or want to publish apps, paying $19 at http://dev.windowsphone.com will unlock three phones at a time. But what does this unlocking get you? First of all you can side load any app, ...


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