Microsoft has finally buried the dreams of Windows Phone enthusiasts to release a version of Windows 10, optimized for mobile. Now it’s final. The code that activated call support was removed from the system. This was announced by the profile resource WindowsLatest.
According to the source, Microsoft stopped working on the original Andromeda Pocket PC in 2018, to focus on a similar device based on Android. For future mobile devices Microsoft bets on Android.
Despite the fact that fans continue to make petitions, urging Microsoft to start producing cell phones again with Windows, plans to revive the original project Andromeda and bring Windows 10 on Surface Duo the company has no.
As the “last nail, hammered into the coffin lid” idea of “Windows for smartphones” can be considered remote from Windows 10 GUID codes (Globally Unique Identifier), associated with phone calls. GUID codes are used by developers and Microsoft to run processes or scripts.
It is noted that in the assembly of Windows 10 under the number 19569 the company removed the GUID Cellular LineFactory, which included Windows phone calls.