by Kristofer Wouk, 6 months ago
Yesterday, Samsung made the source code for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, and the AT&T Galaxy Note 2 available on its website. Now, the source code for the Samsung Galaxy S3…
If you own the international variant of the Galaxy Note, you’re more than likely already enjoying Jelly Bean and the plethora of new features that it comes with, seeing that Samsung pushed out the software update last month.
Especially for developers and tinkerers, the company has another treat up its sleeve, as it has made the source code for the new software available to download for all.
You can find the Jelly Bean source code for the GT-N7000 handset in the usual Samsung’s open source website. In case you’re wondering, the zip file is about 195MB in size.
Whether you’re intending to do some big things or just plain curious to see what lies beneath, you can hit the link here to grab the file. Alternatively, just sit tight and wait for others to take advantage of the source code and hope that it'll help improve the many custom ROMs that are available for the Galaxy Note.
As for those who sport the original Galaxy Note in Canada, hang in there. We’re hearing that the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean upgrade will pay you a visit in mid-March.