The company combines the logic of the open operating system and invites the modders to start the engines A few days after the arrival of the Galaxy S III in the market, Samsung has released the source code of your smartphone. A prompt response to Google’s guidelines, which intend to open the doors of the custom ROMs for Android and create variants of Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4. The code is valid for the GT-i9300 in the international version with North American models leave out at the moment. Download the source code directly from Samsung However, the code is useful for anyone who wants to create custom ROMs starting from the work done by Samsung.
It ‘s nice to see that the North Korean company has already made ?these tools available to developers, an action that should speed up the dissemination of custom versions of firmware and, consequently, the popularity of the Galaxy S III.