Samsung posts Galaxy S III source code, modders start their engines

That was fast: just a few days after the Galaxy S III reached buyers’ eager hands , Samsung has posted the phone’s source code. Its dutiful clinging to Google’s Android guidelines opens the floodgates to custom ROMs as well as a better sense of what makes Samsung’s Android 4.0 variant tick. As you’d anticipate, the code is only valid for the international GT-i9300 version. North American models , for the time being, are left out. Still, the source is useful for most anyone that wants to tinker with what should be the most ubiquitous Google-powered phone of the year, so get to downloading if that sounds like you. Samsung posts Galaxy S III source code, modders start their engines originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 31 May 2012 19:29:00 EDT

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