Motorola has had a spotty track record in terms of letting rag-tag developers play around with its phones. But if you’re still into custom ROMs (perhaps a bit of Lineage OS, anyone?) and you’d like some files to play around with, Motorola has updated the kernel source for the Moto Z and Moto Z Droid on its GitHub repository, and it’s the Android Nougat version.

The kernel directory, which covers lots of devices running on Qualcomm chipsets, is available at the source link.

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