Well, fancy that. Thanks to some keen eyes, and due to someone out there not despising Motorola for putting that eFuse in their device, we got word that Motorola has actually released the source code for the Droid X. Just like
Samsung, unlike Motorola, apparently wants you to have fun with your device, outside the normal restrictions. They have already released the source code for the international version of the Galaxy S, and now it looks like they
Developers got a nice gift from HTC today in the form of the official release of the HTC Hero kernel source code. To those of us who simply use our phones the offer isn’t that exciting.
When Google set out to create Android they never wanted to limit it just to mobile phones such as the T-Mobile G1. Instead they designed it to eventually be compatible on everything from computers to in dash navigation systems.
We are shocked that since the official release of the Android source code we have not seen more devices running Android. It seems that there were more devices running a port of Android even without the source code than there are
Now that developers are pushing out the first wave of hacks we are seeing ideas and concepts that are amazing. The latest hack that we have stumbled upon is the garage door opener. Now you can program your G1 to open your garage