We've gotta hand it to Sammy, the company has been pretty good at releasing source code for its handsets in a timely manner. Just a few days ahead of the launch of the SGH-I747M
(the Galaxy S III on AT&T and T-Mobile, respectively) Samsung Mobile has let the Android 4.0 source for the two devices loose on the web. For the average user, piles of code like this mean very little, but it should make it easier for those crafty devs out there to whip up some top-notch custom ROMs. If you're one of those Android-hacking folk, check out the source links to download Samsung's code.
Samsung coughs up source code for AT&T and T-Mobile Galaxy S IIIs
originally appeared on Engadget
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