I could argue with that, but I guess I won't If it matters so much to a person, who are we to take away that right? Anyway, I want to thank @techguy777 for such an intensive monologue, as it helps to promote this thread. Dear @techguy777 . All our with jkbuha work, on the custom kernel is documented on the guithab https://github.com/jkbuha/FiiO_Kernel_Android. You can download all the source code and compare it to the source code that was made freely available by FiiO. FiiO itself has made almost no changes to the kernel. The foundation was laid by the community of GNU\Linux and RockChip. Based on this, we began our development and modification of the code. All of the installer scripts, etc., were also written in a fairly simple way, without using complex forms, so that everyone could adapt them to their needs. I will also repeat myself for the last time. If you are not satisfied with our work, you have the right not to use our product. We don't insist that the FiiO X5-3 must be paired with our custom kernel. Each user must accept the user agreement before using the Custom Kernel on FiiO X5-3. I'm also very much asking you not to overstep the boundaries of communication and to observe the standards of decency. The last thing I want to remind everybody about: This thread is not about V4A; Magisk; MicroGapps; Neutron e.t.c., but about the custom kernel we made. Personally, I like the fact that a lot of people are interested in technology and music, but I would be very grateful if all the dialogues, which do not concern the custom kernel directly, would be held outside of the topic. Thank you all for understanding.