As some of you may know by now, the 2013 Nexus 7 has USB host operational - sometimes. For some it works, for some it doesn't work. Some get nothing at all, others get the kernel working but not the Android API, and for others both kernel level and Android API level is working fine.
Good news everyone! I've been messing with TriangleAway a bit, and resetting the flash count, binary status, and system status works again in my development build.
KNOX KNOX! Who's there? Super! Super who? SuperSU!
The new firmwares that came out today have SELinux enabled and set to restrictive. This generally made SuperSU sad.
Finally received the 2013 Nexus 7 in the mail today (thanks +Jeremy Meiss). As reported by various DSLR Controller users, USB host did not work. Strangely - it does work for a small number of other users.
... vin Cernekee.
Just a maintenance update fixing 4.3 OTAs and OTA survival mode. Also a bugfix regarding environment variables that weren't copied to the daemon.
... mence very soon, starting with SuperSU !
So, before Android 4.3 came out and ruined my pre-holiday week and schedule, this is what I was working on. It's now less finished than I had hoped it would be before I leave, but it's already quite usable.