Android v4.0 Source Code for the International Samsung Galaxy SII GT-i9100 Now Available
Let’s all give Samsung an A for effort so far on their “after-sale” support of the Galaxy SII. Last week we saw official Android v4.0 drop and, as unusual at it may sound, they are right on time with delivering the source code to Ice Cream Sandwich! Huge news for developers, this is still one of the most popular phones to date. No source has been plaguing the dev community for some time, I know codeworkx (the leading dev for the international SGSII) and his followers are happy to see this. He’s already been poking Samsung, who hasn’t had the best track record with open source stuff in the past.
All that being said, if you are a developer wanting to peruse the code or even a curious wannabe-dev go check it out!
You’ll need to search for the device, so type in GT-i9100 and knock yourself out!
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