Category Archives: Nexus 7

This area is dedicated to the 2013 Nexus 7 by Asus / Google – since the naming sucks balls and to help the big G to find me easier, one might also call it Nexus 7.2, Nexus 7 (2013) and ‘yet another case of buyer’s remorse’ :D

News from the front…

Yellou everyone! I know I haven’t been very active over the past… months -_- However, there’s good reasons for that: I am about to finish my Master’s, the giant monster that has been monopolising my time and all but destroyed my social life – but hey, the end is in sight. Anywho – after having… Read More »

Nexus 7: i2c Bus Devices

While work on the kernel steadily progresses, there’s quite a few bits and pieces that finally fall into place. Here’s a list of all devices on the Nexus 7 that are hooked up via i2c. I’m currently working on getting the basics, such as charging and battery to work. The Summit Microelectronics SMB345 seems to… Read More »

*beep* – It’s alive!!!

Okay – I admit it. I’ve been absent for far too long. Would you beliee me if I told you, I had *erm* reasons? Yeah, didn’t think so 😀 Alright, so – my lazy ass was exactly that: lazy. This morning, I just couldn’t stand the Nexus’ puppy-eyes and got cracking a bit. Before I… Read More »

Nexus 7: GPIO assignments

This might come in handy one day. I raided the DebugFS on the Nexus 7 and tried to cross-reference it with the Kernel-Source for GPIO pin-assignments and tried to match them to a module / functionality.

The Dungeon

So – while I’m waiting for the rest of my toys to arrive, I’ll start with some generic infos I compiled so far. With the new Nexus still being a fairly young device, I am positive that more specs and informations will surface in the coming weeks, and I will  update this site from time… Read More »