Samsung has just released the source code of the Jelly Bean kernel of its Galaxy Note II phablet. This will presumably open the floodgates and custom ROMs and kernels for the device will now start appearing at a rapid rate.
All the open-source bits of the Samsung Galaxy Note II code are now available for download from the company’s website and if you happen to be a developer interested in the device you might get them right now. Just follow the source link below.
And if you happen to be just a regular owner of a Galaxy Note II, you might want to keep an eye on the XDA-Developers forums, where helpful hackers will start working their magic on the Samsung code and will probably have a host of interesting new ROMs for you to try out soon.
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