Can Windows 10 Mobile be upgrade to 1709 Redstone 3 "ENTERPRISE"

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    Can Windows 10 Mobile be upgrade to 1709 Redstone 3 "ENTERPRISE"


    I have Microsoft Lumia 550 bought in Topola,Shumadiya in Serbia, Balkan on August 2016 updated with the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile 1709 Redstone 3 15254.530.My question is can it be upgraded to the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile 1709 Redstone 3 "ENTERPRISE".Please and please instructions how to safely and freely upgrade it to the Mobile Enterprise Edition.
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    Ultrainstict said:
    I have Microsoft Lumia 550 bought in Topola,Shumadiya in Serbia, Balkan on August 2016 updated with the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile 1709 Redstone 3 15254.530.My question is can it be upgraded to the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile 1709 Redstone 3 "ENTERPRISE".Please and please instructions how to safely and freely upgrade it to the Mobile Enterprise Edition.

    You have to have a legitimate license for Windows 10.
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    Rocky said:
    You have to have a legitimate license for Windows 10.
    How to get it without paying for it?My Windows 10 PRO 1803 -1809 is Fully Activated.
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    Ultrainstict said:
    How to get it without paying for it?My Windows 10 PRO 1803 -1809 is Fully Activated.
    Home/Pro and Enterprise are 2 different OSs and licenses. Enterprise is Business. It needs it's own license.
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    f14tomcat said:
    Home/Pro and Enterprise are 2 different OSs and licenses. Enterprise is Business. It needs it's own license.
    Let's presume and guess that I have that.What's than?How procedure goes upgrading Windows 10 Mobile to Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise?
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    Ultrainstict said:
    Let's presume and guess that I have that.What's than?How procedure goes upgrading Windows 10 Mobile to Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise?
    With all due respect, I would prefer not to presume and guess.
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    f14tomcat said:
    With all due respect, I would prefer not to presume and guess.
    Let's take as example a general procedure.Please explain to me what I need to do after I get license.What to do after I get license?
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    Ultrainstict said:
    Let's take as example a general procedure.Please explain to me what I need to do after I get license.What to do after I get license?
    By using a Provisioning Package. Windows 10 edition upgrade (Windows 10) | Microsoft Docs

    Others more familiar with Mobile may be able to help.
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    So is there any way that we swich ours Microsoft Lumia's 550,650,950,950 XL to the Android Platform?To install atleast Android Go Edition on my Lumia 550?
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    Ultrainstict said:
    So is there any way that we swich ours Microsoft Lumia's 550,650,950,950 XL to the Android Platform?To install atleast Android Go Edition on my Lumia 550?
    Sorry, I have no idea. Someone with Mobile experience may be able to help.
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