I don't think a trademark can be put within the code, since these are different kinds of IP, obviously regional legislation may vary. But google may have licensed the trademark in a single "package" with the code and might not be able to revoke that license now, ok, i get it.
Originally Posted by droidhacker
I also get your point that nexus may not guarantee the updates, but does it at least mean that the code is mainlined, in order to ease the burden of porting new versions to the device? Please note that by mainline I don't mean necessarily Linus' kernel, might be just google's branch. As far as I know android's kernel still hasn't been fully merged back to linux right?
If the situation is so caotic that each android device ever made has its own branch, than all the more reason the eagerly await an intel valley view phone.
Last edited by Figueiredo; 10-23-2012 at 02:01 PM.