I remember seeing patches for Honeycomb stock kernels for numerous devices that add alot of drivers. It maybe feasible to compile the kernel modules and insmod them, if we have kernel sources. Do we have them? Hellllllooooo?!
And I'd like to have this functionality. To all people wondering why one would need to use such *cough* ancient *cough* technology as wires:
At my workplace there is no 3G coverage (hell, it struggles to connect to EDGE, falling back to GPRS, voice calls also suck), and we're not allowed to use any kind of WiFi or Bluetooth or any other radio, including wireless mouse/keyboards (corporate industrial network sucks all the channels, anyway), but we're supplied with wired, unfiltered network going straight to internet, just for sake of having internet on our devices (my work consists of cycles 1-2 hours of intense coding, and 1-2 hours of empty waiting for tests), so we won't get bored to death. So.... I want my ethernet dongle working!
: HTC Artemis, WM6.1 Vanilla/WWE 4.01 (crashed on rain tracks by cousin)
: HTC Rhodium, b16b's Windows Mobile 6.1 AthineOS 1.0 NAKED (gifted to GF)
: HTC Sensation, Android 4.2.2 - CM10.1 - (cracked screen...)
: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100, stock 4.1.2, stock kernel, stock everything...
My first PC was 8086 8 MHz, 512 kB RAM and 12MB HDD.
Now I have quad core 1.6GHz, 2 GB RAM and 48 GB of storage in my pocket... that's incredible!