Many developers are shying away from working their magic on Exynos-based devices due to Samsung’s reluctance to share proper documentation and source code for its chipset. Following its promise to come up with a solution, it seems Samsung is ready to open its Exynos playground – albeit partially.
During the Big Android BBQ event yesterday, where Samsung’s Exynos division was around to hold a Q&A session, the company faced quite a grilling from the developer community. As reported by XDA-developers, here’s the outcome of the discussion.
The spree of possible good news doesn’t end there, because Samsung apparently will also provide Git server access starting next month, as well as launch a dedicated website for the origenboard.
While it’s not exactly the breakthrough that some developers were hoping for, it’s a good starting point. The community is now waiting for Samsung to turn its words into actions. Do you believe that Samsung will bring the goods?