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 Mini has been made available.
Now you may be thinking: “wait a minute, wasn’t the source code for the Galaxy S3 released way back in July?” Why yes, it was, but even though they share most of their name, the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S3 Mini are quite different inside.
Now that the source code for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is available, modders will be available to make tweaks to the code, or even release entirely new ROMs. Here’s hoping that Android 4.2 features might be making their way to the S3 Mini soon.
If you want to pick up the source code for yourself, it’s available via Samsung’s website. We probably don’t need to tell you this, but you’ll need prior programming experience to make any sense of the code.
Are you looking forward to what modders might be able to do now that the source code for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is available? Or do you prefer to keep your device running its stock OS?