Samsung Releases Epic 4G Source Code



Eager to dive into the Samsung Epic 4G source code? It’s now free for the pilfering over at Samsung’s Open Source Release Center. A search for model SPH-D700 will get you what you’re looking for. Unless you geek out over exploring source code you probably won’t get much use out of it, unless of course you fancy yourself an Android hacker/modder/developer. Then you may have some interesting plans for the Epic’s code already in mind. Ah, open source. It’s a nice feeling, isn’t it?

[via TalkAndroid]

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  1. Let’s get a GSM version of this bad boy out!

  2. Seriously, where’s the UK launch of this handset? I don’t want their crappy 600MHz 4-row knock-off. (see http://www.t3.com/news/samsung-i5510-epic-4g-lookalike-coming-to-uk )

  3. Go SAMSUNG! you Motorola.

  4. Great. I am loving the recent moves by this tech giant. More and more dev friendly. Way to go Sammy!

  5. The real question is are Samsungs drivers also open? Does anyone know that for sure?

    I don’t believe they ‘have’ to release their driver source but I could be wrong.

  6. As for your comment mondo on “More and more dev friendly.” I wouldn’t get your hopes up too soon. Samsung have started removing the recovery mode on the bootloader of the Samsung Galaxy S. They may be heading down the way of Motorolla..


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