12
Jul
evo 4g lte

It may have taken over a month longer than the international version, but HTC has finally released the kernel source code for T-Mobile's version of the One S. HTC has offered no explanation for why the US model's source code was delayed for so long, but perhaps this means that the AT&T One X will see its kernel source released at some point.

They also released the kernel source for the EVO 4G LTE. Developers - or anyone who is interested - can grab the source code from the link below.

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Source: HTC Developer Center

  • http://twitter.com/rohanXm Rohan Mathur

    CALLING ALL AT&T ONE X USERS
    EMAIL THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE TELLING THEM YOU WANT THE KERNEL SOURCE
    TELL THEM THEY ARE IN VIOLATION OF GPL

    Horace_Luke@htc.com,
    Keith_Nowak@htc.com,
    HT_Cho@htc.com,
    Lotus_Chan@htc.com,
    Peter_Chou@htc.com,
    Cher_Wang@htc.com,
    John_Wang@htc.com

    Note: 4 of them will bounce but 3 of them will go through (including Peter Chou, the most important one).

  • the king man

    Still no evo v source...

  • Guest

    Too bad EVO 4G LTE users just got an OTA with a new kernel, and they released the old kernel source.

    At least we'll get AOSP fully functional

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    HTC just pushed a new kernel for v1.22.651.3.

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