Originally Posted by scottspa74
Wonder who made the kernel to boot initially and get us this far? I thought it was the tiamat kernel modded by preludedrew? Maybe they just need an official HTC built 4.0.x kernel? Wish I knew more about this stuff, too.
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Sigh... Unfortunately, I do know more about this stuff, as a kernel developer myself (not Android related!) and I'm under the impression that it's what we've known about all along. The big thing is the drivers. We're waiting on drivers for the video to make the QR code scanners work and the video recording work and at a standstill till that happens. This Qualcom qsd8k processor support is a stumbing block. Who is working on it?
I'm known for rolling up my sleaves and digging into other people's Linux device drivers (check out x10dev) just to scratch an itch but I'm not even sure where to begin with this and I DO NOT DO TWITTER (PITA). My particular device driver in the Linux kernel is an old massive high speed serial port driver with no relevance to Android in any way shape or form (unless it suddently sprouts an ESDI, MCA, or ISA bus and people develope a bad case of masochism) used in massive servers farms. I haven't done anything in the video arena and I have no clue where the current working sources are hosted.