ElCondor · Dec 15, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Kernel Source for Google Nexus S Released

Android development for the Google Nexus S has now begun. The kernel source – originally made available upon the official phone release – has already been released by Brian Swetland, an Android kernel developer. This source code can be further investigated and explored by developers. Ultimately, this will lead to achieving development milestones much earlier than usual. One example is to root the phone just a few hours or days after it gets released.

Originally posted by supercurio

History for the Nexus S sources begins now.
Original source is here :
http://twitter.com/#!/dnaltews/status/14849739858116608
By Brian Swetland, Android kernel developer.
Thank you Brian !

XDA member supercurio created a thread in the Nexus S forums. Make sure to check it out to follow the discussion, or continue directly to the developer kernel site.


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