We’ve talked about how Samsung takes months to update their devices before, which is fairly understandable as the company supports a long list of devices and offers a lot of features on the software. Speaking of late, non-international varaints usually takes longer to get the update. And while no US variant of the Galaxy S4 has been updated to Android 4.4 KitKat yet, it looks like the Sprint version will be th first one to get the update as … Continue reading
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Samsung’s newly launched Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro series of tablets may not still be available on most regions out there but that doesn’t mean developers have to wait to get theirs hands on one to be able to start developing for the device. Depending on what developer area you specializes in, you usually need only the mount points or partitions of the device and it’s kernel sources to be able to start tweaking your device.
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Samsung has started rolling out it’s Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005) just a week ago, and whenever a new Android version is out, it’s kernel source files are always soon to follow thanks to the GPL requirement.
And now Samsung has uploaded the official source files to it’s Open Source Release Center. So to all kernel developers for the Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005) out there, happy tweaking!
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