No Android on the Neo1973 - Only MyPhone left
shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 13:35:31 CET 2007
from the faq:
Where can I find the open source components of Android?
You can find the kernel at http://git.android.com and the other
mirrored GPL and LGPL'd components at
Notices for other licenses can be found within the SDK.
On Nov 27, 2007 10:39 AM, <thomas.cooksey at bt.com> wrote:
> >Let's look at this as a great opportunity. Presumably, all of these
> >phones will have a working linux kernel and drivers that are available
> >for them, whither the Android platform is truly open or not, surely
> >this is a big with for the OSS-phone community.
> This is exactly how I've been viewing the news. Companies which produce
> hardware for mobile phones (e.g. wifi chipsets, 3D accelerators) will
> now be under much greater pressure to develop Linux drivers for their
> hardware. More mobile hardware supported by Linux can only be a good
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