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We've rebuilt Android™ to be a primary operating system for your PC, 2-in-1 or PC Tablet. Over 100 new features built-in already.
We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
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    1. allnitelong on January 23, 2016

      http://gph.is/JeOtsg

      No schedule for Console OS Pro with 100 features means intransparency, which is against TOS.

      I want to be refunded according to Kickstarter rules.

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      Ian R on January 23, 2016

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    3. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 22, 2016

      Apologies for the radio silence over the past 48 hours. We've added some new Wi-Fi fixes that are being pushed to GitHub right now.

      Some of these improvements stem upstream from Marshmallow-x86, which is not building currently. But we've backported them to Console OS Lollipop, and they work great. We then made a device specific set of modifications, and updated a few components.

      Hopefully this will finally put to rest the T100TA and other Wi-Fi issues that have impacted Broadcom 802.11n Wi-Fi radios on Android.

      These changes will be pushed incrementally throughout the evening. Because we're open source, we do builds with each code push to make sure we don't break buildability. This takes time, but it has become a key differentiator for Console OS - the other commercial Android on PC distributions that have followed Console OS, remain closed source for the most part.

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      Ian R on January 22, 2016

      @Backers

      Did MMV detail how/what/where the new "Q&A" system is and details for access to it?
      I guess I missed it with all the meaningless spin.

    5. Tony Hughes on January 22, 2016

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    6. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 21, 2016

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    7. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 21, 2016

      For reference, here is the PDF of the entire Kickstarter comments section, available now at a download location which does not require user registration at ConsoleOSRipoff.com to access it:
      http://docdro.id/e12CWgs

      I invite others here to find other patterns and trends and comment on them. There are many more cases which provide solid evidence of patterns of avoiding to provide answers, lying openly about there being support which was clearly already non-existent, and the usage of emotionally loaded dialogue to draw in the backer audience without offering any proof of results. Have at it!

    8. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 21, 2016

      As an addendum to this, performing a cursory visual scan of the project updates, my informed observation as a backer who has read these comments before is that MMV/Price did not acknowledge that Intel was pulling support from Core in the project updates until the update dated February 1st, 2015, linked below.
      https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mmv/console-os-dual-boot-android-remastered-for-the-pc/posts/1122553

      Ladies and gentlemen, I rest my case.

    9. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 21, 2016

      ~Christopher Price Quote of the Day~
      "@Dave - We're still determined to make that happen, despite pullback from partners. Had Intel called us up during our Kickstarter campaign and said 'hey, heads up, yes we can confirm we're suspending Android development for Core processors' - then we would have posted that.
      We didn't get confirmation of that until three days (72 hours) after our Kickstarter campaign ended... it was a punch in the gut, frankly we're even surprised we got this far in the wake of that."
      Taken from: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mmv/console-os-dual-boot-android-remastered-for-the-pc/posts/1391284/comments

      Note that, according to MMV's/Price's recount, Intel disclosed this information to MMV/Price three (3) days after the Kickstarter ended. However, Price/MMV conveniently did not reveal this information to backers until after the 60-day refund period had expired. Per Kickstarter's terms and conditions, the refund period is the the period of time when cash funds can be refunded without fees applied; also the period of time project creators have to wait before they can claim the Kickstarter money as their own. For more information, read this article: https://www.kickstarter.com/blog/accountability-on-kickstarter

      MMV's/Price's failure to provide full disclosure is evidenced in a full textual search of the term "Core" of the Kickstarter comments section, which occurs 182 times in the comments section here. From the first comment made (performing a search, this result is 182nd in order from newest to oldest as of 1/20/2016 2:19 AM MST) containing this search term during the Kickstarter campaign to before the comment was posted containing this term which is dated February 1st, 2015 (94th search result from newest to oldest), no mention was made here of Core support being pulled from Android. It was only then in Price's/MMV's comment in the Kickstarter comments section dated February 1st, 2015 (94th search result from newest to oldest) where we see the first admission here by MMV/Price of Intel halting Core support for Android.

      This is a clear case of a lack of transparency and a failure to offer full disclosure before, during, and after the project had ended in a reasonable timeframe. No mention in the comments section had been made by MMV/Price of Core support being dropped for Android until the funds had been obtained by Price's/MMV's specified form of payout. Between the time of the end of the Kickstarter campaign and MMV's/Price's February 1st comment, nearly six (6) months had past. Therefore, it is logical to conclude that the project creator MMV/Price knew that he could not deliver fully on the claims made and MMV's/Price's approach to obtain the funds without backers demanding refunds was withholding critical information from them.

    10. MMV=$78K Payday! Backers got NOTHING! on January 21, 2016

      @aias -
      "It is not easy to say sorry, I tried but I failed, but in the end it would be honest..."

      You sentiment is lovely, and if honesty ruled the day, we wouldn't be at this point.

      Deception was literally the touchstone of this 'project'. And has been from day one, and still is. And it sickens me,

    11. MMV=$78K Payday! Backers got NOTHING! on January 21, 2016

      Ever wonder where our money went?

      Remember Backer Update #24, back in January of 2015?
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/showthread.php…

      I imagine it isn’t cheap to fly to Barcelona, Spain and put yourself up for at least four days. But the tapas are divine, I've heard. Oh… and that Spanish wine. And those industry conventions are so much fun!

      https://software.intel.com/en-us/event/mobile-world-congress

      But wait, we haven’t gone yet. That happens in March, and we are still in January, 2015.

      And at that point, some of our money must have been left, because in January, 2015,** Chris Price says:
      “We promise that when we do, we will put your Kickstarter money to work encouraging open-source developers to contribute improvements. Improvements that everyone in the Android world will benefit from.”*

      Now mind you, Refunds were (and are still) possible. But CP was and still is committed to the success of Console OS as a personal vanity start-up, and not so much as a product he was capable of delivering to his backers.)

      Pro features OR Refunds OR Accountability. It really shouldn’t be this hard.

      *Note: This concept makes it’s debut in January of 2015, but comes back in January 2016 as “Console Developer Rewards is a new initiative aimed at sparking developer interest…” TLDR; Code for me because I can't and maybe get a hand-me-down.

      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/showthread.php…

      **Same update had another weasel, but much bigger.

    12. MMV=$78K Payday! Backers got NOTHING! on January 21, 2016

      @Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") - now you are going to be labeled a "cyberstalker" and cause the last remaining element of the 'team' to stage themselves in a undisclosed location, which is especially hard when you are holding Intel's baggage.

      Onboard it with some engineering, then mainstream it to the checkpoint and stage it at the GitHub!

      And remember, you PAID to be PRO!

    13. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 21, 2016

      Taken from ConsoleOSRipoff.com...

      Note: Price has changed (sanitizing?) the little blurb at the top of his project. The previous version said:

      "We've rebuilt Android™ to be a primary operating system for your PC, 2-in-1 or PC Tablet. Over 100 new features built-in already."

      You can verify this using archive.org:
      https://web.archive.org/web/20150317145404/https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mmv/console-os-dual-boot-android-remastered-for-the-pc

      Some comments on the blurb itself:

      Price uses We've. Is he using the royal "we"? Does "we" include Intel? Using standard English, one would assume "we" means you and your team.

      rebuilt. Past tense. Indicating they've accomplished something already.

      And of course the 100 new features built-in already.

    14. xconwayx on January 20, 2016

      I wish Price would spend half the time on this project as he does gawking over a Keurig machine.

    15. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

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    16. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

      @aias: He made that comment because I replied to his article just prior to that with a comment which posed a possible case of misappropriation of funds. See below; it is only visible from my end because he obviously will not approve comments which do not jive with his agenda. Unfortunately, being the conniving person that he is, Price only wants us to see one side of the story and not the other because he knows that precious perspective will kill the project. Therein lies the reason he wants a separate Q&A system: for funneling out all but the convenient truths. Meanwhile, he has and will attack a person (Huang at Android-x86) or group (now CarMax) to divert attention, and he has and will make statements that do not answer the questions presented to him–all of the makings of a scammer.

      http://s24.postimg.org/4b5ssktmd/Capture_1.png

    17. allnitelong on January 20, 2016

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    18. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

      And if you have somehow forgotten, MMV, here is what you need to do:

      https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mmv/console-os-dual-boot-android-remastered-for-the-pc/comments…

      If you still don't get it, here it is in plain English:
      http://stackoverflow.com/questions/873823/how-do-i-attribute-a-license-to-library-used-without-making-it-look-like-my-soft

      Until you effect these changes, Huang at Android-x86 can, with full right, require your project be removed for non-compliance in proper attribution.

    19. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

      It is always important to do the right things the right way and, in this regard, Remix OS has marked the path and led the way for other Android for PC offerings, especially Console OS, to follow.
      http://www.xda-developers.com/jide-remix-is-now-gpl-and-apache-compliant/

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      Ripton on January 20, 2016

      Wait, so you want to have an open source software but you dont want to communicate with your community and you release a Q&A system?
      This is getting more ridiculous with every day...
      How do you even think to proceed from now on? Without communication no one will want to work on your GitHub project...
      I really suggest you to rethink your ways of working with us or else ConsoleOS is going no where.

    21. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

      Fellow backers, feel free to search the entire comments section now from this convenient 842 page PDF. It only weighs in at 6.31 MB and you can see in the trends and reactions it contains that there is a definite history of dishonesty and inaction.
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/attachment.php…

    22. MMV=$78K Payday! Backers got NOTHING! on January 20, 2016

      "Finally, as you can imagine, no startup can live on $78,000 indefinitely. We've stuck to our word and not taken in a dime until Lollipop is out the door."

      May 27 2015 | I/O Eve Update
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/showthread.php…

      "in" of our money? Or of all the other folks clamoring to buy Open Source software.

    23. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 20, 2016

      Way back when in 2014, I thought that Console OS, a Kickstarter aiming to bring Android to the PC, was a really evolutionary concept which would finally bridge the gap between the desktop and mobile worlds. I threw my monetary trust into the project's Kickstarter coffer–just $10, mind you, but still hard-earned money, nonetheless–with the firm expectation that the project creator Christopher Price would deliver. Take particular note that I and every backer were given every indication that the project was set to succeed when Price stated that "major changes to Android may cause us to have to rewrite portions of our code. We're ready for that." The original quoted ETA of the product was December 2014 and, fast forwarding to today, Console OS Pro, the exclusive edition promised to backers, has yet to see the light of day.

      Hard questions surrounding what the project creator has done with the backers' funds; what code, if any, he and his supposed team have produced besides the code handed to them by Intel; and why he believes "[w]e aren't rewriting history, we did deliver Console OS Pro exclusively to backers in the timeframe stated." To date, none of the Pro features have seen the light of day and only a semi-stable developer release has been published, and that is the sum total of the product, or the lack thereof. I am quite excited that, where Console OS has fallen short, Remix OS and Android-x86 are picking up the slack and making huge strides. Lesson learned: be ever conscious that 9% of Kickstarters fail, so scrutinize the products that interest you, carefully investigate their creators' track records, question the ins and outs to avoid falling prey to a lemon or a scam.

      http://www.androidpolice.com/2015/12/26/crowdfunded-console-os-accused-of-stealing-android-x86-projects-open-source-code/

    24. allnitelong on January 20, 2016

      @Fellow Backers

      The failure of his anti-spam system is at least 6 to 8 weeks old.

      Open Source means you have to care about your community to actually get a community.

      Fixing this problem right now means that frankly nobody of the virtual Console Inc. team cared or that they are clearly no able to care. That is a very bad sign...

      Mr. Price stated in his personal blog ( http://www.christopherprice.net/condolences-to-jolla-tablet-backers-3181.html ) that he feels sorry for Jolla and that Console OS is different, because it is Open Source, but Open Source without community means nothing.

      Frankly Console OS is different, because it is worse than Firefox OS and Jolla. Both teams had the courage to say it is a failure. We tried (see our own source code and development / logfiles) and the market didn`t accept it.

      Mr. Price will fail, too. He failed a lot in the past and he will fail with Console OS. He is in the beginning of his 4th year with MMV / Console Inc startup. Everybody who studies Economics knows that you have to have in this period no losses and to show that you are able to create profits.

      He claims he has business angels, investors, business partners and team which believes in this idea. In fact nobody of them said in the public we help and support Christopher Price and Maria Mobilia.

      He says that he and his team lived below the poverty line last year and all of them could get better jobs. There is a difference between stupidity and passion, Mr. Price.

      Mr. Price is clearly really good in overpromising features and dodging features, but frankly he is a bad project manager and an even worse programmer.

      It is a pitty that we all got fooled by him, but it is a lesson we learned. In the end Christopher Price`s reputation can be shown on project which hardly can`t be called a success:

      MechaWorks
      iConsole.TV
      iConsole micro
      Steam with Console OS Pro
      Console OS Pro

      and Open Source Console OS will be hopefully the last one in this long chain.

      So Mr. Price, would it not better to say everybody, your loyal backers, future customers the truth here and now?

      Do you have the courage or will you just move on with the next promises and claims without proof?

      You know that we pledged for a Console OS Pro license with all that features and not for an Open Source Console OS with no features?

      You know that you did not write Intel to your risks?

      It is not easy to say sorry, I tried but I failed, but in the end it would be honest...

    25. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      *...does not answer the question presented to him.

    26. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      If anyone is a trained analytical linguist here and would be willing to perform a comprehensive textual analysis of this thread to obtain word lists by frequency and general semantical treads, I will be posting a PDF and hopefully a raw text document for your usage. Your services, besides the document, should be conclusive enough to get Christopher Price to see just how often, for example, he does not answer presented to him. Thank you.

    27. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      I have already gone through the entire thread of questions and answers here, both skimming and using a search box, and there are so many cases of clearly leaving questions unanswered and dodging the questions made that there is no doubt this is a scam. I will be compiling a PDF soon of these comments and forwarding it to legal counsel via ConsoleOSRipoff.com, so you have been warned, MMV.

    28. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 19, 2016

      @ACH - Clearly we disagree, but on the bright side, the new Q&A system will allow us to expand greater on answers - since backers will be able to read them without scrolling endlessly.

    29. ACH on January 19, 2016

      If you actually answered the questions, we wouldn't have to repeat ourselves. All you have to do is produce proof that you've actually done something in the last year and this comment wall would likely slow to a crawl. But, you won't (you can't) so here we are.

    30. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 19, 2016

      Hi all, as the past several hours have shown, we cannot address each comment individually. Over the weekend, we've finished clearing out the forum of spam that occurred due to an anti-spam component failure. We're putting the finishing touches on a Q&A system that will address each question.

      There are ~5,700 of you, and some have posted over 100 comments individually. We just don't have the resources to re-post each question and answer. Our new Q&A system will ensure we can focus on building.

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      Cykit on January 19, 2016

      @MMV well Mr. Price, if in your disclosure of risk section you explicitly disclose that your contribution is just re-brand others' work (no matter Intel or Mr. Huang) and you may pull the plug anytime when others stopped working, I would definitely not pay a dime. I would imagine most of the backers would not. The unfortunate truth is, you never honestly disclose, and you lied and idled for more than a year and now you have zero evidence of the fact that you did anything meaningful (again, don't humiliate yourself about the "DR1". that is not what we paid for). Now you are accusing your backers not read the risk clearly? After 18 months of no-delivery? Plus no evidence that you have even worked? Shame on you.

      The good thing is now everybody understand you are a con man. Which means probably your days in this industry is numbered. Maybe used car sales industry is where you start your next venture?

    32. allnitelong on January 19, 2016

      @Christpoher, Headphone Guy, Ach, Ian R, Lee, Arul, PK

      You may look here:

      https://youtu.be/TqbzkUOQr4M…

      Here he used a launcher called "Action Launcher". Proof can be found in the comments.

      In another Youtube video Mr. Price was asked for his UX and he says that he altered apps and he needs permission to use them.

      So my question is why didn`t you, Mr. Price, tell us in the risks, that your "own" code based on others work and you need permission to release it?

    33. Christoper Rogers on January 19, 2016

      The answer to MMV trying to abandon the Kickstarter comment wall is simple: don't acknowledge that channel. I fear that if we leave here we'll never have any hope of holding MMV accountable for their project and for their actions.

    34. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      "Their PS4 Linux kernel needed over 4,000 lines of changes to get it working on the PlayStation 4 console, but they announced success a few days back during CCC's 32C3."
      https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php…

      Hey Chris? Where are our over 4000 lines of changes in Android for this project we all bought and paid for? Are you forgetting real results require actual effort? Look, those developers didn't even have tens of thousands of dollars of Kickstarter money and they have done much more than you ever have because they believe in something you don't: work.

    35. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      What a strangely deluded man. On January 6th of this year, he posted a comment on his Twitter making an offer to Sony to port Android to the PS4. What?! Do you really think Sony will take notice of you, one random person among millions mentioning their Twitter handle daily, when there is nothing substantial you have done that the average person (Hello? We're really still here waiting!) knows you for? How about starting with square 1 instead of all these outrageous pie-in-the-sky ideas? There is nothing wrong with dreaming, but you have no track record of tangible results to speak of! How about thinking about your backers and making the impossible possible for them first? You truly are insane when you cannot release one simple working version of Console OS for the Dell Venue 8 Pro after almost two long years and yet you already want to go and do something else even more unlikely. Think, man! Pull your head out of the clouds.
      https://mobile.twitter.com/chrisprice/status/684414397364621312

    36. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      What a strangely deluded man. On January 6th of this year, he posted a comment on his Twitter making an offer to Sony to port Android to the PS4. What?! Does he really think Sony will take notice of you, one random person among millions mentioning their Twitter handle, when there is nothing substantial you have done that the average person (Hello? We're really still here waiting!) knows you for? How about starting with square 1 instead of all these outrageous pie-in-the-sky ideas? There is nothing wrong with dreaming, but you have no track record of tangible results to speak of! How about thinking about your backers and making the impossible possible for them first? You truly are insane when you cannot release one simple working version of Console OS for the Dell Venue 8 Pro after almost two long years and yet you already want to go and do something else even more unlikely. Think, man! Pull your head out of the clouds.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/chrisprice/status/684414397364621312

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      Ian R on January 19, 2016

      @creator
      Your strategy to leave KS comments has already been done with poor outcome for the creator. See the LIMA project by CGC. They tried off site updates and communication and their backers crucified them. Strange parallels....

    38. ACH on January 19, 2016

      @Lee Pretty good summary. One important thing that is missing is the admission that the project goal is to "commercialize Android-IA" -- unfortunately because of the need to click "Show Older Comments" repeatedly it's difficult to go back and find Price's comment, but I believe there was also a statement on his Twitter saying the same.

    39. allnitelong on January 19, 2016

      @Lee Without emotions or twisting words your facts are right.

      Additional Mr. Price won`t give any dates or schedule when the promised and pledged 100 features will be released.

    40. Lee Kimrey on January 19, 2016

      TL;DR Critical facts (please correct me if I'm wrong!) for those like me that don't want to devote an evening reading the entire comment wall:

      1. Project publicly stated releasing one alpha quality release a year ago that ran on a fraction of the targeted devices constitutes fulfillment.
      2. Project accused Chih-Wei Huang (the main developer of the Androidx86 project) of extorting $50k.
      3. Chih-Wei Huang responded by offering $50k in return for showing actual code relating to the features promised by the project on their official Kickstarter site. This was ignored by the ConsoleOS developers.
      4. Project forked Chih-Wei Huang's Androidx86 code base, while legal, is against the wishes of the primary developer and now does not have any working relationship, or chance of one. Even causing the developer to stop developing on the specific forked code ("lollipop-x86 branch") to stop Console Inc from continuing to benefit from their work in bad faith.
      5. There is no evidence of any actual team members other than Christopher Price.
      6. There is no evidence of any actual non-nda code from developers of this project relating to the "101 features" or major architectural code from the official Kickstarter site.
      7. Intel has not publicly given any indication they are involved with ConsoleOS in any way since the project started.
      8. Android has not publicly given any indication they are involved with ConsoleOS in any way since the project started.
      9. There have been no receipts, PO's, or any other legitimate data explaining how the Kickstarter raised funds have been used.
      10. Project publicly stated they are in full compliance with the TOS of Kickstarter.

      I've tried to stay factual and without emotion with these as a simple summary of the project's current (not promised) status as of January 19th 2016. All attempts to "Be respectful and considerate" and not violate the Kickstarter TOS have been made.

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      Ian R on January 19, 2016

      @creator
      if you don't want to "regurgitate" past answers why don't you update the project FAQ?

    42. ACH on January 19, 2016

      The problem is, you aren't actually answering the questions we are asking you. You just want to control the flow of information through a medium that you can freely censor. Nobody is buying it, Price.

    43. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 19, 2016

      @Christopher - We will still maintain a presence on the wall, at least until after we have shipped Console OS Lollipop, and all physical perks. But we will primarily link to our new Q&A system to streamline postings. This will avoid constant rewriting/reposting of the same answers constantly.

    44. Christoper Rogers on January 19, 2016

      I for one think leaving the comment wall on Kickstarter is somewhat disconcerting. It takes the focus away from the most obvious place to check.

    45. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      That all said, folks, don't lose faith over Kickstarter because of this one bad apple. Unlike apples, one bad apple of a project does not spoil the barrel of limitless possibilities here. Though I have not supported them personally, I have seen hundreds of marvelous products, such as media players (Pono player!), video games (OUYA!), books (Augie and the Green Knight!), and fan conventions (Sonic the Comic Con!), even a project by a college friend, become a reality. Don't let this one bump in the road ruin your whole experience with the creativity and diversity that you can so readily tap into. This just happens to be one of those rarities, those one-in-ten or one-in-one-hundred corner cases, if not even lower in probability. We just have to deal with this sorry fellow Christopher Price until (a) he breaks down and mournfully admits his infractions against us backers (less likely), or (b) out of the blue, he turns up missing one day with a forwarding address to the Cayman Islands (most likely). Until then, keep a stiff upper lip and don't let this charlatan go unquestioned whenever he fills this comments section with pretentious fluff.

    46. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 19, 2016

      @aias - Unfortunately the comment wall does not allow for threaded Q&As. We cannot link to past answers. This is draining. Our new system won't be.

    47. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 19, 2016

      You and I and everyone else here know full well that the proprietary code that Intel et al. has provided to you so far cannot be publicly posted. What we would like to see is all of the other NON-SENSITIVE code you developed over the course of the last 1.5 to 2 years--proof that you have been doing something productive with your time in exchange for our joint money we have entrusted you with. If there is nothing that you have coded, say so and stop beating around the bush and acting like willy nilly and mealy mouthed about it. If you giving a clear answer is defined as monotonous regurgitating, then someone desperately needs to perform a virtual Heimlich maneuver on you to restore the free flow of information on this very point that seems so painfully hard for you to wrap your head around.

    48. allnitelong on January 19, 2016

      @mmv you already have the possibilty to use a QA system with your updates within kickstarter. there is no need to build another system.

      you failed to explain the reasons why certain features are under nda, you never mentioned that foreign code is used and there is a big risk that you may not use that code.

      explain us why you didn't told us in the beginning!

    49. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 18, 2016

      @That Headphones Guy - We will present a full status update on each of those feature targets after our next release. We cannot offer the code you requested, for reasons we have already explained to you. This is why we are working on a new Q&A system, we cannot regurgitate past answers to you repeatedly.

    50. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 18, 2016

      *"InstaSwitch – Building a new hypervisor to instantly toggle between native Android and native Windows"
      Correction: Excluding InstaSwitch, which is most definitely hardware dependent.

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