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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

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

Sony Xperia S AOSP Experiment Has Ended

It’s a sad day for us all, as Sony and Google ended the experiment to make the Sony Xperia S an AOSP device. For some it was a beacon of hope. Could a regular device build up enough support to match a Nexus? Could more devices follow? It seemed entirely possible at the time, as Sony worked with Google to release as much code as they could. However, it… Read more

Android 4.1.2 Released To AOSP, Hitting Nexus 7 Now

We’re releasing Android 4.1.2 to AOSP today, which is a minor update on top of 4.1.1. As a note to maintainers of community builds running on Nexus 7: please update to 4.1.2 at the first opportunity. Future variants of the grouper hardware will have a minor change in one of the components (the power management chip) that will not be compatible with… Read more

Samsung Releases Jelly Bean Source Code For Galaxy S III LTE

Samsung will soon be releasing a new variant of the Galaxy S III in Europe, and it’ll be the best S III around. It’ll pack the original international models quad core Exynos 4412 powerhouse, but will also have the LTE capabilities and 2GB of RAM of the US models. It’s the absolute best of both worlds, with the only compromise being a little bit of added… Read more