Rejoice with me Android world, times of breaking of F5 keys are no longer. Google has pushed the source to AOSP and the fun begins now. Source code is currently being pushed by Google, remember it is a years worth or work so it can take a while, you will be able to find it […]
Although not available worldwide, Sony’s latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z, source code is available on the Sony Developer’s Open Source Downloads site. The Sony Xperia Z was released in Japan three days ago. We are expecting to arrive in other countries in the next couple of months. You can however order it at Clove […]
Samsung seems intent on appealing to the developer community, first by giving CyanogenMod two Galaxy S II’s last year, and then employing Cyanogen himself (Steve Kondik), and then beginning the practice of releasing the source code for a handset on the day of release (as actually required by the GPL – but who actually pays […]
The source code to the extremely skinny but strong Motorola Droid RAZR has been released. The source is available on Sourcefourge. This should speed up the release of custom ROMs and other modifications by the large Android community.
Yes it’s here and available people the Android 4.0 source code. Below is what was posted by Jean-Baptiste a Software Engineer at the Android Open-Source Project, Google. Hi! We just released a bit of code we thought this group might be interested in. Over at our Android Open-Source Project git servers, the source code for […]
November 17th could be the day that all developers were waiting for. Many phones have already gotten SDK ports of Ice Cream Sandwich but not all of them are functioning properly, most are missing data, touchscreens, and browsers the most basic apps needed for a phone to function correctly and properly. Well this is about […]