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Hi, my 2 cents to the topic: I think the discussed situation (or target audience) will change rapidly if there is open-source "mobile phone", easy-to-configure, but for modern "low-cost" chipsets. Chinese manufacturers will then very likely use the code for mass-production. With CE certification/etc. I think that most of low-cost phones that come from China use Infineon ULC eGOLDvoice or MTK. I know one importer of Chinese phones who was complaining about problems during development (mainly user interface stuff). Having possibility to use open-source and change it the way they like would definitely be interesting for them. And regarding argument about legality of modifying firmware in WiFi devices, there is a huge difference. Re-flashing AP with Linux (openwrt/etc) does not change anything in RF layer. osmocomBB is now mostly about playing with RF :-). Martin PS: Has anyone access to Infineon ULC (C166) reference design kit code (or some source code or more detailed datasheets) ?