05
Jul
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HTC has dropped the kernel source files for the HTC First, an AT&T exclusive we reviewed back in May. These source materials will allow the First's [few] developers to provide better support for the device, and make custom kernels a possibility. Of course, this all depends on the development community, and I'm not sure just how much of a following the First has in that regard.

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Two kernel source versions are available, for builds 1.08.502.1 and 1.05.502.1. Both can be found on the HTCDev site at the links below.

HTCDev [1.08 Source, 1.05 Source]

David Ruddock
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  • invinciblegod

    Classic HTC. Months for source code. Not exactly endearing to the enthusiast community (though to be fair, few enthusiasts would have purchased a first).

  • Mike Reid

    >I'm not sure just how much of a following the First has in that regard.

    Looks like one ROM, that ADDs Sense: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2316862

  • http://jamesduffy.me/ James Duffy

    I love this phone and hope someone picked up cm development. Otherwise I guess its time I learn.

  • Gadget Dirt

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  • flosserelli

    I suppose this is great news for the 6 people that bought one.

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