If you want to build Android from source for your device, then you may be interested in customizing the kernel as well. Its fairly simply but requires some careful attention.
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I have previously posted getting-started tutorials for Python and Ruby, and next up is good old C. Many argue that if performance and control is what you’re after, then C is really the only way to go. I would say that knowing at least the basics of C is important as it gives a greater understanding of what is actually going on than other high level languages.
So, lets admit it. The text editor of choice is a very personal preference. Some like Notepad++, others like emacs or vim. Myself am a fairly dedicated vim user, but I like to have a graphical text editor at hand as well.
Its been way too long, and HTC has clearly been in breach of the GPL agreement, but the kernel sources for the HTC One S has finally been released. This brings renewed hope that Android AOSP/CM9 and the likes will run even better on the Sense-ridden device. Stay tuned for …
Python is one of the most popular languages out there these days. Its easy to learn and suitable for a lot of different purposes, from small and quick scripts to large massive projects. So, just like I did with Ruby before I will do with Python now to give you a nice and quick introduction.
The HTC One S is a beautiful device but in order to unleash its full potential, Sense needs to go. xkonni over at XDA has taken the initiative to get Cya things running and I have joined the fray. Any help and advice would be much appreciated! So far CM9 …