Samsung Releases Source Code For Upcoming AT&T Galaxy S II


Samsung may not have the best track record when it comes to promptly updating their devices with the latest versions of Android but you gotta hand it to ’em — they know how to drop that source code. The Samsung Galaxy S II on AT&T hasn’t even officially launched (October 2nd) and Samsung has already made available it’s source code for would-be hackers to tinker around with. We’ve seen this time and time again from Samsung and now we just need to get them on the “update boat.”

[Via Samsung]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Excellent News…….this phone will rock on the Oct 2nd by the time the iphone is ready to be purchased this phone will be hacked and modded to surpass anything……………..until Google drops the new Nexus on us………..I’m glad to see the support from Samsung and At&t.

  2. Seems like Samsung updates their phones, but Samsung and US providers don’t. Hope the Prime will be an exception.

    1. Nexus S had the most updates and it’s a Samsung phone why wouldn’t the Prime have updates also? Think before you say stupid things.

      1. Only because it was part of the Google agreement with them when they made an official ‘google phone’.

        1. Nexus Prime is a official Google phone also, so why wouldn’t it be supported? :D

  3. And their source code is almost always incomplete

  4. So no more custom ROMs lacking Audience chip support? I might upgrade

  5. ‘sammy’ is retarded. so is s korea, n korea, china, etc….. Buy a USA or German car.

    1. it seems more like you’re retarded… this is a phone site.. why the hell do you even mention cars…

      1. Because they’re so alike! Can’t you tell? They both have glass, they both have radios, they….

        Yeah, no, you’re right.

  6. Chris Chavez, since when Samsung has any good track of updating their devices! I had the Samsung Epic 4G since the release date until April, and no update to it, I sold the phone on ebay and I bough the Nexus S 4G, I had the Moment too.

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