How To Transfer your CoPilot from WinMo to Android
Are you an HD2 owner who invested 30 bucks or more in a licensed copy of CoPilot 8? Are you now enjoying the benefits of running Android on your HD2? Heard the news that GPS has been fixed by those clever devs for HD2 Android and thinking “darn! I wish my WinMo copy would work on Android….”?
Well, XDA forum member jonboyuk has discovered that it is possible to transfer your legally purchased copy for WinMo to Android!
You’ll need a legally purchased copy of CoPilot 8 for WinMo including license key and the latest version of CoPilot 8 for Android (now compatible with FroYo). The XDA member states that you will need to deactivate your WinMo license and put it into your Android copy.
For more information and the detailed steps, take a look at the forum thread.
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