Motorola posts kernel source code for Moto X

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Not long after releasing the device itself, Motorola has posted up source code for the kernel of the Moto X. They’ve released the files on SourceForge, and although it’s not enough source code to actually develop ROMs or anything similar, it’s enough to tinker with kernel specific details of the device. After Google’s acquisition, though, I can’t say I’m surprised to see Motorola complying with releasing code so quickly.

If you’re interested, you can check out the source at the link below. Otherwise, just sit tight and wait for some tweaked kernels to start showing up on XDA and the like.

source: SourceForge

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  • willy

    Will there be a sprint version? I can’t leave Ting!

  • abhay

    But there is no wi-fi source code…. what to do for if i have to do changes in wifi -driver of motox