Qualcomm wont open-source their drivers. If they did that , then the dev community could have built the ICS drivers without anyone's help. We arent asking for ICS drivers, we are asking for the SOURCE CODE. They already have it and they just need to put it in a tar.gz file and upload it. How much dev time will that take?Think about this for a minute. Even if Google could just give out the drivers unilaterally without any input from HTC or Qualcomm, they don't have ICS drivers for the Nexus One. They have Gingerbread drivers, which are already available to ROM developers. Qualcomm won't make official ICS drivers for the Nexus One hardware unless someone (ie a manufacturer) actually is planning to release an ICS build for that hardware, otherwise it's a waste of their time. So unless some manufacturer decides to release ICS for a different device that uses the same hardware, Qualcomm will never make ICS drivers, and it's left to the ROM community.
Compare GNex with Nexus S side by side and then tell me. GNex is smooth and NS is laggy compared to GNex.That's utter nonsense, you don't know what you're talking about.
Talk about off topic. What does windows 7 have to do with wind tab?
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And now a wind-tab scared the heck out of me.