Not really much to say right now, still have a lot of work to do.


  1. Ping from RebelShadow:

    Would you consider making a stock/undervolt battery saving kernel based off the new Nov. kernel?

  2. Ping from Slugbug:

    I am very excited that htc released their codes for the stock kernels. Wiht ms SBC trick, I an axiously waiting your next release. I’d be happy to beta test. I had problems running your kernels until the 12/14 beta, byt that kernel rocked my phone. Your’s is the snappiest kernel I have found, it just wasn’t always stable on my device until 12/14.

    Happy New Years to you and yours 🙂

  3. Ping from asd:

    For which sort of rom is this kernel for? Sense? Froyo? Gingerbread? Or Desire HD roms or what? Thanks!

  4. Ping from jamie:

    i was wondering if you have the camera drivers for the new hardware on an evo. i am testing full hdmi for a friend of mine but i cant get the camera to work from his kernel because we dont have the drivers for the new camera.


  5. Ping from Brad:

    Ziggy – just read your update post. Passion for many things is great but as you said, family must come first. No corporation or outsider will write your epitaph but your family will. I know others have had issues with SBC but it works great with my EVO and extended battery. Have you ever considered putting out a SBC kernel? Love your work.

  6. Ping from Ian Patterson:

    I am interested in learning how to build my own kernel for an HTC Evo 4G. I was wondering if you could send me any information such as links to GOOD tutorials, lists of common patches and where to get them, I am just having too much difficulty filtering through enough of the q&a about which kernel to use to find any real information about development.

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