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Nexus S Kernel Source Available Now

The Linux kernel source for the Samsung Nexus S has just been posted by Google on their repository. Giving developers something to work with to start producing ROMs and other various hacks, it has been published just 2 days before we will see the device hit Best Buy shelves.

Samsung Continuum’s Source Code Released by Samsung

Are you interested in creating some custom ROMs for the Samsung Continuum, which recently launched on Verizon? It may have been pretty tricky to get the job done up until now, but thankfully Samsung doesn't waste any time in releasing their source codes for devices. This time around, Samsung has just released the code for the Continuum.

HTC Desire HD source code Released

HTC has just released the source code for the Desire HD and posted it to their Developer Center. Allowing developers to get their hands on the official source code, we can fully expect to start seeing ROMs popping up bringing the new reworked HTC Sense to other devices.

Froyo Source Code Released for the Galaxy S

We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know when. Samsung has officially released the source code for the 2.2 Android update for Galaxy S devices. However, it’s not all good news to all Galaxy S devices, if you are on a carrier branded version of the phone you will have to wait even longer for the official option.

HTC Droid Incredible and EVO 4G Source Codes Released by HTC

Over the last couple of weeks, other major manufacturers released the source code for some of their devices, too. Both Motorola and Samsung released the code for the Droid X and Galaxy S devices, respectively. Which will make plenty of developers out there happy. This time around, HTC have pulled the curtain off the source code for two of their most high-profile devices.

Motorola Droid X Source Code Released

Well, fancy that. Thanks to some keen eyes, and due to someone out there not despising Motorola for putting that eFuse in their device, we got word that Motorola has actually released the source code for the Droid X. Just like the Samsung Captivate for AT&T, this will go along way for the developers out there to start meandering their way through the system, and figuring out what they can do.

Samsung Captivate Source Code Released by Samsung

Samsung, unlike Motorola, apparently wants you to have fun with your device, outside the normal restrictions. They have already released the source code for the international version of the Galaxy S, and now it looks like they want to do one better. They've just released the source code for the Samsung Captivate -- the version that was released on AT&T not too long ago. (Yeah, the one you can't side-load apps on.)
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