Previous release has some known bugs, so I've simply fired a new build with what we have now. I've been meaning to do that since months ago, but it either was slipping away because of other things in life or I simply had no energy left to do anything after work. Changelog (since SZ 1.75): kernel: updated to latest stable 3.2.84 (includes dirtycow fix) kernel: fixed off mode related display corruption (loss of gamma) when custom gamma setting is used kernel: /sys/class/power_supply/twl4030_*/charge_current is now expressed in uA (Grond) kernel: added end_of_charge_current to control end of charge (Grond) kernel: reduced USB charge current to ~530mA, older value was too high for some hosts and would trigger host overcurrent protection kernel: added mt7610u wifi driver kernel: enabled options needed by Docker (see here for more info) links: updated to 2.13 Special thanks to Grond who contributed some kernel charging related patches incorporated in this release. His changes are aimed at people who run custom OS without charge monitoring daemon from default OS and provide better default charging chip config. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Upgrading from a previous SuperZaxxon version (1.5x or newer): Use the "Upgrade Pandora OS" option Please note: If you are updating from v1.61 or lower, it is highly recommended to do a full reflash because many system libraries have been changed in 1.70 and some users reported failures updating from v1.61 or earlier. Updating from 1.70 should be completely safe. Be sure to backup any important data you might have in your NAND for the above reasons. User-Modified configs will not be overwritten with the new version. It is recommended to do a full flash in case you are encountering any issues. Upgrade instructions using the Full-Flash-Image: Download SuperZaxxon v1.76 Please note: Flashing the new firmware will put your unit back into a default state. All your settings and users will be lost. Of course, this does not apply to PNDs which save their stuff on the SD-Card. To install it, simply extract the archive onto the root of your SD Card. Insert the SD Card into the left slot. Keep R (shoulder) pressed while switching on your Pandora and select "Boot from SD1" It will then flash the firmware onto the NAND. After it's finished, reboot your Pandora and patiently wait until the First Boot Wizard appears on the screen. Please note: When reflashing from v1.72 or earlier, some SD cards might not be detected ("Boot from SD1" will not appear). You will need to find another SD card, usually older ones work.