Source Code for Honeycomb 3.2 Kernel Available And….
It seems that Google is desperately trying to finalize Honeycomb. They are releasing update after update, each one being better than the one before. According to a post made by XDA member nicknowsky the newly released 3.2 update, which was pushed earlier this week to lucky Motorola Xoom owners has been put up. The sources meet all the required GPL regulations. Having said that, Google already stated that until Ice Cream Sandwich, the full sources would not be released. Now, on for a little surprise for Transformer owners. According to an official Asus channel, a 3.2 update is being worked on. Seat tight, the update will come soon.
Please leave some feedback and if you happen to know what do do with the sources, take them for a spin and report your comments.
For anyone whois interested, and anyone ready to start DEV’n with the latest version of Honeycomb.
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Editor’s Note: the sources that were released are the kernel sources and not the Rom ones. The latter are licensed under Apache, thus follow a different set of regulations. I apologize for the confusion.
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