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Kabylake GuC firmware corrupted binary blob in linux-firmware.git?

I believe that the GuC firmware binary for Kabylake (9.14) that was committed to linux-firmware.git is accidentally corrupted.  The kbl_guc_ver9_14.bin firmware blob released at is 142656 by

Authored by Jason Curtiss Last updated on 02/24/2017 - 10:53
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Documentation | Android Resources | Intel® Software

Get all the documentation and resources that help you improve your Android applications. Includes threading building blocks, games, and more.
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IoT Reference Implementation: Making of an Environment Monitor Solution

To demonstrate the value of Internet of Things (IoT) code samples provided on Intel‘s Developer Zone as the basis for more complex solutions, this project extends previous work on air quality senso

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Documentación de Intel® XDK

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Introduction to Intel® Tools for Android* Developers

Android* developers can benefit from many of the tools that Intel offers.

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IoT Reference Implementation: How to Build an Environment Monitor Solution

This guide demonstrates how existing IoT solutions can be adapted to address more complex problems (e.g., solutions that require more sensor monitoring).

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NDK: Discover the Android* Native Development Kit

Xavier introduces us to the Android* Native Development Kit (NDK), the official component you can use to integrate C/C++ into Android* applications.

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Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers: A Powerful Tool for Developers

Seth presents the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers, a set of powerful tools that help developers use the full performance potential of their platform.

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Develop Apps in HTML5 Using the Intel® XDK

The Intel® XDK allows you to develop in HTML5 and obtain installable mobile apps for Android*, Windows*, and iOS*.

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