Tag Archives: source code

Source Code For AT&T Galaxy S 4 Released

Sure, the AT&T Galaxy S 4 has a locked bootloader, but that hasn’t stopped anyone. The bootloader was unofficially unlocked, and the phone can now be modified to a users content. But what do you do without source code? Luckily, Samsung released source for the AT&T model today on their open source center, so you can give that a download and start messing… Read more

Samsung Releases Kernel Source For The Galaxy S 4

In pretty standard Samsung tradition, Samsung has released kernel source for a device that hasn’t yet been released. The newest kernel drop is for three variants of the Galaxy S 4, namely the GT-I9500 (international 3G model with the Exynos octa core), The GT-I9505 (international LTE model with the Snapdragon 600), and the SGH-I337M (the Virgin Mobile… Read more

HTC Releases Source Code For The One And DROID DNA

In a surprising move, HTC has released the source code for some variants of the HTC One. I say surprising because they usually release source code months after the phone, which is absolutely ridiculous. Case in point: Along with the HTC One source code, HTC also released the source for the DROID DNA. That device is a good 5 months old. But I guess this… Read more

Ubuntu Touch Spreading To More Android Devices

If you have been interested in trying out Ubuntu Touch, but lack a Nexus device it is compatible with, you might get your chance soon. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has announced a ton of new devices that are being added to the Ubuntu Touch roster. They are sorted by “Sort of working” and “Work in progress” but there are many new devices listed… Read more

Samsung Releases Jelly Bean Source Code For Galaxy S II

The Galaxy S II may be a phone which is about to be two years old, but it’s still going strong. It recently received a Jelly Bean update, the firmware wonderfully named I9100XXLSD. As an S II owner, I can confirm that LSD is awesome. The fact that my ancient device is running nearly identical software to my Note II is amazing. However, it’s about to get… Read more

Sony Releases Kernel Source For Xperia Z

Sony has been amazing with their developer support, trying to get AOSP support for the Xperia S, releasing alpha ROMs to the public with full source code, and now releasing full and working source code for their newest flagship, the Sony Xperia Z. Yes, even though the Xperia Z is not out in most of the world (only in Japan at the moment), full… Read more

HTC Releases Source Code For HTC DROID DNA

HTC has released the source code for its coveted DROID DNA on Verizon. This is quite surprising, because HTC has always liked to delay releasing source code for as long as possible. This quick release is great and exactly what we want to see from all companies. This source code, together with the bootloader unlock methods we have, will do a lot of good… Read more