Android is quickly becoming a full-blown O.S, a desktop replacement,
and it needs more low-level abilities to go way beyond one-trick-pony
Today Android lacks of full-scale kernel framework, which sort-of
limit what can be done with Android. Namely - Android lacks the
ability to write system drivers a.k.a kernel modules.
I have described the problem in detail.
I would like to hear some comments on Wish #37260.
Some Android developers disagree that there must be a way for kernel
modules to exist on Android, citing security issues, but the upside of
kernel modules is a *HUGE* one, just like going from HTML-only-apps to
I ask Google to reconsider that decision. I ask community to comment on it.
Thanks in advance,
-Alexey Eromenko "Technologov"