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Custom Kernel built using the stock .config and the Korean source. Appears to work great.

Fun!

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wow, I've been tracking the progress of the development for this phone to see if I should 'invest' in it. Your progress on it in the last two days has amazed me, recovery + custom kernels. Consider this phone bought :D

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So, quick question :D is it possible to replace the god damn BT stack with a proper one that works? Can't connect to my newly purchased Wiimote :<

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So, quick question :D is it possible to replace the god damn BT stack with a proper one that works? Can't connect to my newly purchased Wiimote :<

Would like this as well. That way we could use this as the ULTIMATE retro gaming console.

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HTC One X, LG Optimus 2X

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Just curious, if implementing another BT stack, would it be possible to somehow port the rSAP protocol as well?

Up until now this is the only major showstopper for me about android.

Nice work @ all.

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