Samsung releases Jelly Bean source code for international Galaxy Note 10.1, Tab 2 10.1, Tab 2 7

by: Kristofer WoukJanuary 2, 2013


Samsung has been on a roll lately when it comes to releasing source code, and it looks like the company has no plans to slow down, as it has just released the source code for three more devices.

Just a few days ago, the Jelly Bean source code for the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 was released, and before that we saw the Jelly Bean source code for the Galaxy S2 released. This was on top of the numerous source code releases we saw from Samsung back in November.

This time the tablets in question are the international Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8010), Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5110) and Galaxy Tab 2 7(GT-P3110). While this doesn’t mean much for users in itself, it does mean enable developers to do all sorts of cool things.

If you’re a developer or just want to take a look through the code out of curiosity, the code for the GT-N8010, GT-P5110 and GT-P3110 can be found at Samsung’s Open Source release center.

Do you own one of the devices that the Jelly Bean source code was released for? What would you like to see developers address first?

  • Adress the music id error problem.. Music failed to be displayed properly despite bein displayed on a pc correctly

  • Jeverson Melo

    Oficial room for P3110, is version 4.1, I am now using CyanogenMod 10.1 android 4.2
    Sorry bad English

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  • Rohadi

    where’s Jelly Bean for Samsung Galaxy tab Plus 7?

  • C Venter

    It is all well and good that Samsung has released the source code, why can’t I get the update on my Note 10.1!? This is a great tablet but Samsung can’t seem to support it. Their online support forums are terrible, no answers to questions, no review of comments. Even the FAQ s don’t have answers!

    Usually people blame slow updates on the cell phone carrier, but the phones have this update already!