HTC Release Source Code for 7 Devices
HTC has released a slew of source codes for their phones, both new and old. These source codes can all be found at HTC’s developers repository where we expect you hacking types will have a field day. It might be me, but HTC seems to be the one device manufacturer that know what the people want, unlocking their bootloaders and releasing their phones source codes on a timely manner.
The latest handsets to see their source codes set free:
- EVO 4G Gingerbread
- Droid Incredible 2 Gingerbread
- EVO 3D
- Desire Z
Who is your favorite device manufacturer? Does this type of thing affect your decision in buying a smart phone? Leave your comments below.
Source: Android Police
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