HTC has released the kernel source code (v1.15.605.4) for the DROID DNA, which you can download at the HTCdev site here (direct link to file here).


The DNA, which has an unlockable bootloader through an exploit we published last week, is HTC's latest and greatest on Verizon, and the first 1080p phone to be sold in the US. This kernel source should allow developers to start tweaking the DNA a little more thoroughly, and improve custom ROM support. Hit up the source link to grab it now.


David Ruddock
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  • http://www.facebook.com/RecitaleTheFallenOne Tony Willis

    well that was fast...

  • C Guella

    I would just like to point out what a great phone this DNA is. Custom ROM will make it even more exceptional. I am getting 16 hours+ of battery and storage has not been an issue at all. I don't need to carry that much crap around with me.

  • http://flavors.me/sabret00the sabret00the

    Why are they hiding the source code for the One X?