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Samsung releases source codes for Galaxy Note 10.1

by: Bams SadewoAugust 6, 2012

It didn’t take long after the formal launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for the Korean to release one of the things that developers and tinkerers would like to get their hands on the most first – the source code of the tablet.

Even though it hasn’t even been released in South Korea, the source code for two variants of the bigger brother of Galaxy Note can now be downloaded from Samsung’s Open Source Developer website, with both zip files coming in at 175MB in size. The source codes released are for the SHW-M480K and SHW-M480S Galaxy Note 10.1 models.

Android Police has done some researching and found that these are 3G models of [...]

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Samsung uploads Verizon’s Galaxy S3 source code

by: Bams SadewoJuly 9, 2012

Being the last major carrier in the U.S. to release the Samsung Galaxy S3, Verizon is drawing some flak from customers for its decision to ship the phone with an encrypted bootloader. The locked bootloader is a potential problem that owners of Galaxy S3 on the other three major carriers in the country don’t have to face. While it doesn’t necessarily close the flashing custom ROMs door for Verizon customers, it certainly makes it harder.

With Big Red hasn’t exactly been a big help, it’s up to Samsung to set things right — or at least give a helping hand to the tweakers and tinkerers at xda-developers and any other places. Samsung has a [...]

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Samsung releases Galaxy S3 source code for multiple regions

by: Bams SadewoJune 2, 2012

As the Galaxy S3 makes its landing in more countries, Samsung has decided to treat the Android community with a sweet present, by making the phone’s source code available on the company’s Open Source Release Center website.

You can download the 180MB file of the source code right here. Along with the international GT-I9300 model, Samsung has also provided an updated source file for three additional models of the Galaxy S3 released in other regions. If you have the GT-I9300 MEA, GT-I9300 SEA and GT-I9300 models, the additional 1.2MB update is also ready for download.

You’ve had time to marvel at the hardware of the Samsung Galaxy S3 for a good while. With [...]

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AT&T’s HTC One X now available for $199.99, phone’s source code released

by: Bams SadewoMay 7, 2012

If you’ve been counting the long long days to the debut of AT&T’s HTC One X, the torment is now over. The phone, which was unveiled in February at MWC, is finally available for purchase in AT&T stores across the country. Slightly different from the international version, the AT&T variant of the HTC One X, often dubbed the HTC One XL, sports a 1.4GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, instead of the quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 found on its cosmopolitan cousin.

The HTC One X is offered for $199.99 with a two-year voice and data plan, while the non-contract offer goes for a surprisingly reasonable $549.99. As is usually the case, Amazon Wireless is [...]

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Samsung releases Android 4.0 ICS source code for Galaxy S2

by: Bams SadewoMarch 19, 2012

Rev your engines, Android developers, the Ice Cream Sandwich source code for the international version of Samsung Galaxy S2 is upon us. Yes, we’re talking about the same ICS that was just rolled out by the company to an exclusive few a couple of days back.

You can get the ICS kernel source code for your Galaxy S2 phone by going to Samsung’s Open Source Release Center website. There will be four zip files for you to download, once you do a search on the model number of the Samsung Galaxy S2; in this case, it’s the GT-I9100.

What effect would the source code have on the ordinary Joe and Jane and their Samsung Galaxy S2 phones? Probably not much and it probably [...]

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