Oct 14th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 10th, 2021, 4:48 pm

If you didn’t get your hands on the source code yesterday for the Samsung Galaxy S’s Android 2.2 upgrade, then you better hope someone’s uploaded a mirror: it’s no longer available on Samsung’s OpenSource website. It would appear that the publishing of the source was a bit premature, and I would assume that someone’s going to be in deep trouble over it. Does this mean that the upgrade to Froyo is further off than we initially thought? I can’t say.


Samsung has yet to commit to a hard date and I’m sure they want to take all of the time they need to make sure the update is as bug-free as it can possibly be. I’m sure the trusty hackers at the usual hubs have already taken a dive into this vat of frozen yogurt, but I’d hold off on flashing any forthcoming ROMs until we figure out what happened with the original upload.

[Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]

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