According to the public kernel repository over at Google, there’s a new, experimental kernel build out. It’s marked as version 3.8, and is built from the standard kernel, with all the standard Android modifications and tweaks. This is, whether you may understand it or not, …
Samsung recently gave an updated statement concerning a software vulnerability in their Exynos kernel. They confirmed that they were already aware of the issue, and did also acknowledge that the exploit is a specifically-coded app that takes advantage of the vulnerability in the code. Moral …
And we’re back once again with another Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T post. A few days ago, BGR leaked the shot of a Samsung handset with a sliding QWERTY, indicating that was the Galaxy S II Attain, headed for AT&T. Today sees them singing a …
Sony Ericsson once again proving they are “developer friendly” in their latest line of Android devices. Just over a month ago, we highlighted about SE’s plans to allow developers to unlock their bootloader using a website on a handful of new Xperia devices. Now they’ve …
We’ve got some good news for notorious kernel flashers and the ones who just started flashing. XDA-member jkoljo has made a Windows tool that makes all the command-line stuff superfluous.
Good news for the Android developer community, HTC has finally released the source code for the Android 2.1 build of the HTC Hero. While they were at it, HTC dropped the kernel for the EVO 4G. Developers have been anxiously awaiting news of the source …
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