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You're not breaking an agreement and you're misusing the term illegal anyway.Developer mode becomes an illegal workaround the moment you break the agreement.
You can't "break" civil law by definition. Civil law is about restitution when one party has been wronged. I am not arguing with you about what a law is but your abuse of a term.Actually ridiculous. Usually when people are wrong, they don't double down and just blatantly lie.
A civil case is literally you taking someone to court because you believe they have broken a law that protects your rights.
It even has it's own name:
Civil law. As opposed to criminal law.
In this case, the law would be the thing allowing a binding agreement (provided it doesn't break the law itself) between two parties. You breaking that agreement means you have broken the law protecting another party's rights, which under that law the punishment would mean the affected party can enforce the agreement and demand compensation.
You have thus broken civil law....
You are literally arguing with me about what a "law" is.
Only says the purpose and not what's disallowed. Anything which is not disallowed is allowed and THAT is law.
Yes, I don't see why it's so hard to understand. You can run ANY app or game on your Xbox that was NOT published on their storefront. That's the point of choice and not whether it's being exercised.
Not an argument, I'm asking you to prove it.lol. Poor attempt at an argument.
You try a lot harder. He's only asking for "proof" because he doesn't understand what it is or how it works. He doesn't seem to get it's the same statement which doesn't require proof.The original post, if you can remember, has nothing to do with fkn Windows.
Christ, at least try a bit harder
Oh buzz off. Is it necessary to prove you can run any program on windows provided it's correctly written?
Provide a source to prove your statement, you're using a lot of vague terms like "correctly written".You try a lot harder. He's only asking for "proof" because he doesn't understand what it is or how it works. He doesn't seem to get it's the same statement which doesn't require proof.
But anyway I'm done with him. No sense in arguing against his useless drivel especially today.
You can put the Sasol equivalentSo can I put a Xiaomi battery (the petrol) or OnePlus screen (the tyres) into a Samsung handset?