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ASUS Releases Kernel Source for Transformer
It looks like the life of all the kernel developers working on the ASUS Transformer is about to get leaps and bounds easier. According to a thread started by XDA member Roach2010, ASUS finally released the much awaited kernel sources of 22.214.171.124, which is the latest and greatest to come from the manufacturer. This is the 3.1 kernel that most devs were waiting on in order to iron out the bugs from the existing 3.1 custom kernel. What this means for end users in its current state? Not an awful lot, but it will have great impact on the existing kernels. So, get your batteries charged and your recovery ready because your current kernel is going bye bye.
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Asus released the kernel source for 126.96.36.199 today.
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