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This thread is out of date and no longer supported! Here is a link to the new thread in General Galaxy Nexus Development.

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Awesome! Where can I find more info on this project?
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ROM: All of them at least once
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That's awesome. I was hoping it would come here.

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Hello all!

I am one of the Linux on Android developers and I have been assigned to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. As we have just added official support for this device, there are a lot of bugs to workout and fix. Please report bugs here as well as ask any questions you have about the project. Cheers!

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WEM,

I'm a kernel developer working with mainline. I've done development on a wide range of devices, most recently on simply porting the newer mainline cpu scheduler/governor code back to the android kernels.

How can I help you guys out? You opened the thread but provided no link to the information (not everybody will realize your banner is a direct link). Source code for the project? UI? Modifications to the graphics drivers? Documentation?

Thanks! We really appreciate this level of work on our devices
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WEM,

I'm a kernel developer working with mainline. I've done development on a wide range of devices, most recently on simply porting the newer mainline cpu scheduler/governor code back to the android kernels.

How can I help you guys out? You opened the thread but provided no link to the information (not everybody will realize your banner is a direct link). Source code for the project? UI? Modifications to the graphics drivers? Documentation?

Thanks! We really appreciate this level of work on our devices
We have not officially announced this yet, but I am working on a Linux on android custom ROM. This will be available for only officially supported devices after r release until we can port it to more. However, we may need a custom kernel so you may be able to help us if we don't make one ourselves.
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Cool stuff!

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Totally off topic but your banner kinda looks like it spells SOPA, just noticed it and now I can't unsee it...
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Oh. Wow I never noticed that. Well we are having a logo competition right now so it will be changing.
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WEM,

I'm a kernel developer working with mainline. I've done development on a wide range of devices, most recently on simply porting the newer mainline cpu scheduler/governor code back to the android kernels.

How can I help you guys out? You opened the thread but provided no link to the information (not everybody will realize your banner is a direct link). Source code for the project? UI? Modifications to the graphics drivers? Documentation?

Thanks! We really appreciate this level of work on our devices
As this app has a free and paid version we have not yet released source. We so plan to release though foe the free version of the app at a later time.
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I posted links to our main thread of development.

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