Samsung Releases Galaxy Note 10.1 Kernel Source Weeks Ahead of Release
In recent months, Samsung has shown a good track record of releasing the kernel source for their devices on the release date. Now it would seem that Samsung really wants to up their game, as they have released the ICS Kernel source for the Galaxy Note 10.1. What makes this even more interesting, is that the device isn’t even set for launch until later this month.
Samsung fan site Samsung-Updates is quick to note in their Twitter post that the source code is only for the Korean models, but the talented developers here at XDA will definitely be able to make use of the source code ahead of the device’s release.
Korean Galaxy Note 10.1 (KT & SKT) source published pre launch http://opensource.samsung.com/reception/receptionSub.do?method=search&searchValue=SHW-M480
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