You might try out this one: http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appId=3517e8f0-33c6-4c4c-a293-14fd08722364
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Start the camera, go to lenses and choose Bing Vision...
I see only two solutions, either beep out the crucial trigger word of these commands or as an end user use HDMI passthrough with XBOX One so it can filter out broadcast noise... Other options? ;)
As a developer I can only say: let other people be responsible for the business case, giving devs that freedom leads to anarchy and bad decision making ;)
So if that's all ok, try uninstall and re-install of the WP8 SDK. That should remove and re-apply emulator images and settings...
Ask IT to verify whether there are BIOS and video card driver updates, just in case... pretty frustrating when you have an unstable setup.
Have only seen this after upgrading BIOS, setting the virtualization back to default.
On a side note, WCF for universal 8.1 apps is currently only supported for Windows apps, not for Windows Phone apps, in case you plan to upgrade your demo to WP8.1
I think this editorial pretty much sums up why it was a crappy claim: