Kernel source released for AT&T Galaxy Note

Kernel source released for AT&T Galaxy Note

Samsung is releasing the source code for the Galaxy Note on AT&T but there’s a catch. As you can see from the picture above, there are three different versions of the source. A clever reader from AndroidPolice found out that the only difference is just one line of code, but we’ll leave it up to you to find out what it does, if you’re so inclined.

Now that the source code is released, we’ll likely see more development on the Galaxy Note. Let the custom ROMs and kernels commence! Eager to explore the source code? Just click this link.

So, are there any developers out there that are planning to cook up a juicy ROM for the Galaxy Note? Any Galaxy Note owners out there that are getting excited already? Let us know in the comments!

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If you see a scratched phone running an unfamiliar looking Android version, you know it's Thijs. Apart from breaking and fixing phones, he loves to play the guitar as well.

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