Windows 8 build 8888 (win8_gdr_soc_ti)
|Build of Windows 8|
Windows 8 build 8888 (win8_gdr_soc_ti) is an RTM candidate build of Windows 8, which was compiled less than one day before the RTM build. It was rejected in favor of 9200 due to the build number not being divisible by 16, a requirement that was only removed with the Windows 10 November Update.
It is only available under the ARM32 architecture. As with build 8422, this build can be made to boot assuming that the appropriate drivers are properly integrated into the WIM, including the HAL extensions.