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Kernel sources - huckleberrypie - 01-27-2016

Not sure if this is complete, but a friend of mine just got his hands on a tarball after we wrote an email request to LeapFrog asking if they could give us the kernel source codes. They did comply to our inquiry, and it only took a few weeks for my friend to have the disc delivered.

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Here's a link to the sources, if anyone's interested:
Code:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vo6u4s6b3shjrhb/epic.iso?dl=0

Big Grin


RE: Kernel sources - Deak Phreak - 01-27-2016

Cool, glad they are so willing


RE: Kernel sources - huckleberrypie - 01-27-2016

(01-27-2016, 05:26 PM)Deak Phreak Wrote: Cool, glad they are so willing

I'm just as glad, dude. Well, come to think of it, they already had a history of complying with the GPL terms anyway, unlike certain firms which would go so far as to stonewalling clients with NDAs even for a supposedly open-source software project such as Linux.


RE: Kernel sources - Chris Eric - 03-31-2018

What about the Leapfrog EPIC system apk files?


RE: Kernel sources - huckleberrypie - 03-31-2018

(03-31-2018, 12:19 PM)Chris Eric Wrote: What about the Leapfrog EPIC system apk files?
I already have it here:
Code:
https://mega.nz/#!Jg1hSRSJ!xRoup9kZ1sSEiTwV5Fw_Jb5dgxBoXlSoxcaOvU1d6CM
PASS: epic

Just open system.img using a Linux ext4 tool and you'll be able to rip apps off it. Wink


RE: Kernel sources - Chris Eric - 04-02-2018

(03-31-2018, 11:05 PM)huckleberrypie Wrote:
(03-31-2018, 12:19 PM)Chris Eric Wrote: What about the Leapfrog EPIC system apk files?
I already have it here:
Code:
https://mega.nz/#!Jg1hSRSJ!xRoup9kZ1sSEiTwV5Fw_Jb5dgxBoXlSoxcaOvU1d6CM
PASS: epic

Just open system.img using a Linux ext4 tool and you'll be able to rip apps off it. Wink
Thank you very much. You are a big helper.


RE: Kernel sources - Chris Eric - 04-03-2018

(04-02-2018, 07:23 AM)Chris Eric Wrote:
(03-31-2018, 11:05 PM)huckleberrypie Wrote:
(03-31-2018, 12:19 PM)Chris Eric Wrote: What about the Leapfrog EPIC system apk files?
I already have it here:
Code:
https://mega.nz/#!Jg1hSRSJ!xRoup9kZ1sSEiTwV5Fw_Jb5dgxBoXlSoxcaOvU1d6CM
PASS: epic

Just open system.img using a Linux ext4 tool and you'll be able to rip apps off it. Wink
Thank you very much. You are a big helper.
OK, I got this on my galaxy tab e and pet pad party does not work. Do you know what version of android I need?


RE: Kernel sources - spoxed - 11-21-2018

what about the App Manager app? i have rooted lepic3 and all the buttons in app manager are grayed out so i have to uninstall everything with titanium backup... how to unlock those buttons or can the app manager be replaced safely with the stock 4.4.2 apk?