Dell Streak Pro kernel released


While we don't hear much about the Dell Streak Pro in the United States, there are a few tidbits of news dealing with the device that make it to our inboxes. Today brings us one of those tidbits. Dell has quietly released the Streak Pro kernel.

A kernel, as you probably know, is the central component of most all operating systems. It deals with all of a system's resources and can be tweaked to do so in the most efficient manner. By releasing the Streak Pro's kernel, Dell has made it easier for devs and hackers to make efficient hacks, apps, and ROMs for the device, as well as giving more information to learn about the device.

Like always, it's nice to see that Dell still cares about the Streak line of phones and tablets, but I'm still pretty upset by the discontinuations that happened in the United States. 

[] Thanks, Giveen!

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Calob Horton

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