Samsung Releases Source Code to Epic 4G Touch

That didn’t take very long, did it?  Samsung has already released the source code to their brand spankin’ new Epic 4G Touch (Sprint), giving anxious hackers a fresh set of tools to play with.  If you’re the type who likes to create custom kernels, then you’ll need to head over to Samsung’s Open Source website and download that big .zip file.  (Serach for ‘d710′ and you’ll find it).  Oh, and you’ll also need to get your new Epic 4G Touch rooted.  Any guesses as to how long that will take?

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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2 Comments

  1. Revolz Technology
    September 17, 21:05 Reply

    Welcome to another facet of the new world of open source! The Android is really bringing open source to another new level, after the Linux revolution. Well done!

  2. Revolz Technology
    September 17, 21:07 Reply

    @Samsung:twitter released source code to Epic 4G (also known as Galaxy S2 in the rest of the world). A new great collection to the open source code repository/arsenal. Check this up.

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