Some questions are gathering
not currently possible answers. I don't quite feel well about them given that they don't solve the problem the OP is experiencing, and are actually the most cheap answer you can give. They often don't come without any reasoning and don't look whether there are other possibilities (like if it was asked Microsoft or if it can be done through rooting).
So, it is making me wonder if we should not answer in that way as to be more constructive to solve the problem the OP is posing. They actually just tell what the OP already knows (assuming that they have a look at it), so I don't see what the answers add.
/review tab seems to agree with me...
Now consider the following answers one could give, respectively:
There is a request for this on X.
This is currently only possible through rooting the phone and doing Y, voiding warranty.
There are two options (voiding warranty) for doing this,
do a hardware hack or root your phone and do Y.
You can do this using app X on a developer unlocked phone, you can get it unlocked by Y.
These types of answers instead do ...
show effort rather than stating a quick no.
show that it is possible and that there thus is a solution available.
So, should we ...
flag these kind of "no" answers?
comment on them asking them to improve?