Tag: source code

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean hits AOSP today

It kinda feels like Christmas in July, doesn't it? Fist, Google's Nexus 7 will launch sometimes this month. Now, we're hearing from Mr. Jean-Baptiste Queru, who is top dog at Google's Android Open Source Project, that Android 4.1 has been released in AOSP today. If you're the average user, there isn't much you ...

Source code for AT&T, T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III now available

Samsung has just posted the source code for its upcoming Galaxy devices only a couple of days prior to their launch. The phones in question are the AT&T and T-Mobile Galaxy S IIIs, also known as SGH-I747 and SGH-T999V respectively. As usual, the average Android user will not know what to do with these ...

Kernel source for the international Samsung Galaxy S III now available

Samsung made the kernel source for the international Galaxy S III available just a few days of releasing it to the masses. It is currently available to download via Samsung's Open source Portal for developers who wish to work on custom ROMs for the handset. However if you are a regular user, there isn't much you ...

Samsung releases source code for the AT&T Galaxy Note

Samsung has gone ahead and released the source code for the AT&T version of the Galaxy Note. With the source code available, developers will eventually be able to create custom ROMS for the device. Unfortunately, not much development will be taking place because the phone isn't available yet. Pre-orders for the ...

Source code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich now available

The Galaxy Nexus isn't scheduled for a launch until later this week, but that didn't stop Google from releasing the source code of its latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). As part of the Android Open Source Project, the source code for Android 4.0 is now available for everyone to enjoy. ...

Samsung releases source code for T-Mobile Galaxy S II

And just like that, the source code for the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S II is now available for developers to download and play with. Samsung has always been good with releasing the source code for their devices; sometimes they even do it before the device goes on sale. If you're a developer, hit up ...

Motorola releases source code for Droid Bionic

If you're a developer and plan on developing for the Motorola Droid Bionic, there's some goodies waiting for you. Motorola has released the source code for the Droid Bionic, which you can now download. No, the Bionic's Bootloader hasn't been unlocked, and this does not mean that it's going to be unlocked, yet. ...

Samsung Epic 4G Touch source code now available

Samsung has been known to be one the most Android developer-friendly mobile manufacturers in the industry. The Korean company has just released the Epic 4G Touch today and they already made the source code for it available for all of us. Samsung, once again, reconfirms their commitment to the Open Handset ...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 source code now available

Samsung has just released the kernel source for their hot Galaxy Tab 10.1. While this won't mean anything for the amateur Android user but it may mean a lot for the developer community. With the release of this source code, Samsung reconfirms its commitment to the Open Handset Alliance. Expect to see some ...

Samsung releases the Infuse 4G source code

Right after Samsung released the source code for their Galaxy S II, it looks like the Samsung Infuse 4G will be getting the same treatment. This is a great sign of improvement from The Korean phone manufacturer judging from its past lack of support for some of its products such as the Samsung Captivate and many ...

HTC DROID Incredible 2, Desire HD and Wildfire S source codes released

Will this move from HTC prove me wrong? As I just reported that the HTC Sensation will come with locked bootloader, HTC just released the source codes for their Droid Incredible 2, Deisre HD and Wildfire S Android phones and you can get them at the HTC Developer Center. Could this mean that the Sensation 4G ...

Samsung Droid Charge Source Code Is Out, Where Is The Phone?

While awaiting the release of the Droid Charge, maybe tomorrow, Samsung just released its source code. This proves how committed Samsung is becoming to the developers community and hopefully more phone manufacturers will follow its footsteps. If  I was a betting man, I will bet on tomorrow being the release ...

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Source Code Available

Talking about openness, Asus just released some GPL portions of the source code for the Eee Pad Transformer. Although we don't have a release date for the Transformer, you can now go to the product's pages and download the source code. Here's how you get it: Go here Click on the "Download" tab Select ...

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