In June, VIA claimed that its APC (Android PC), a neo-ITX motherboard compatible with most ITX/ATX cases based on an ARM SoC and PC-like interfaces, was a sell-out success thanks to its $49 price-tag. The company today deleased all the software and documentation needed by developers and geeks to get started with the kit. 

In June, VIA claimed that its APC (Android PC), a neo-ITX motherboard compatible with most ITX/ATX cases based on an ARM SoC and PC-like interfaces, was a sell-out success thanks to its $49 price-tag. The company today deleased all the software and documentation needed by developers and geeks to get started with the kit. 

Among the software released are the ROM image, the kernel, and the boot-loader, components that let you modify the operating system and its installation at a very low level. The three components also lets hackers and embedded computing enthusiasts mod the heck out of it. 

Along with the software, VIA released documentation such as start-up kits and elaborate data-sheets, and a user-forum on the VIA APC website, where the like-minded can get together to develop software, hardware, and accessories for the APC platform. 

Find the ROM image, kernel, and boot-loader here.