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HTC Posts Kernel Source For One M9

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HTC Releases Lollipop Kernel Source For One M7 Developer Edition

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Motorola Finally Posts Kernel Source For Lollipop On 2014 Moto X [Update: Moto G (1st And 2nd Gen) And Moto E Too]

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HTC Posts Lollipop Kernels For Multiple International One M8 Variants

While we are just starting to see the first hints of Lollipop on the HTC One M8 in the US, the rollout is already underway in other parts of the world. As is customary, HTC is now posting the open source bits of these updates on its developer page. If you want to get a look at the kernel source for the international M8 variants, this is your chance.

2015-02-03 16_16_57-HTCdev - HTC Kernel Source Code and Binaries

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HTC Posts Lollipop Kernel Source For HTC One M8 Developer, Unlocked Editions

Just a couple weeks ago, HTC sent the Sense 6 Lollipop update to owners of the unlocked and developer editions of the One M8. Now, the kernel source for those devices has been posted to the HTCDev website. Remember, this is not the same as the Lollipop kernel source published well over a month ago for Google Play Edition devices; this is for phones running Sense.

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For most users, there's nothing to see here.

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HTC Has Posted Lollipop (Android 5.0.1) Kernel Source for One M7 And M8 Google Play Editions

On the heels of their release of the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop OTA update to the HTC One M7 and M8 Google Play Editions, HTC has quickly made the kernel source for both devices available at the HTCdev website. Most users don't need to worry about this either way, but developers and fans of custom ROMs should be happy to see these available so soon.

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While HTC is required to release the kernel source since it has adapted from the open source Android code, this is kind of like returning a library book a few days early; it's just nicer to do it sooner rather than later.

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Google Releases Kernel Source For Nexus 9 (Volantis) And Nexus Player (Fugu)

This one's for you developer-types. Google has just pushed the Android 5.0 kernel sources for the Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. Head over to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and poke around at your leisure. For non developers: a thing happened that is good, but it's not something you personally need to worry your pretty little head over.

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Motorola Publishes Kernel Source Code For The Second-Generation Moto X And Moto G

The 2014 releases of the Moto X and Moto G have been available for a few weeks, but for some reason Motorola has been a bit slow to release the usual mandatory kernel source code. Today you can find them both on Motorola's development GitHub, confirmed by a Motorola employee in the comment section of the wider MSM kernel. Get after it, ROM cookers.

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If you've never read one of these posts before, the kernel is the Linux-based baseline software that runs underneath Android and allows it to interact with phone or tablet hardware.

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Android 4.4.4 Kernel Source Code For The Spice, Micromax, And Karbonn Android One Phones Available Now

Getting the kernel source code for devices is something of a rite of passage for new Android phones. In the United States and other parts of the world with heavy smartphone penetration, the focus is on the big, flashy flagship models - the sooner the kernels are published, the sooner those ROM makers can get cracking on custom ROMs and kernels. But considering the immediate response that Google's Android One program has received, I think those phones may turn out to be some of the most popular ROM recipients around.

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Cyanogen Inc. Releases Kernel Source Code For The OnePlus One As Invitations Are Finally Sent Out

The hype machine for the OnePlus One continues to accelerate, and since part of its charm is that it runs a customized version of CyanogenMod, it's only natural that the creators are quick to release the necessary source code. While the device and build repositories for the phone's unique "11S" ROM aren't available yet, you can download the kernel source code here. Talented ROM developers should now be able to build a standard AOSP or CyanogenMod release.

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