AT&T’s Galaxy Note Gets Source Code Released


The Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T won’t be here until February 19th (presales begin on the fifth of this month) but its source code is already available for developers to download. This will allow folks to get started on creating ROMs well before its launch but don’t expect to see a lot of that happening before the device is in developers’ hands. If you want to take a look be sure to download the source at Samsung’s site via the link ahead. [Source, Via]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. So the bootloader comes unlocked?

    1. Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe Samsung’s phones usually come with an unlocked bootloader.

  2. Looks like another Samsung device that will be rooted before it’s released. I just wish we didn’t have to give up the exynos chip for lte. I think I’d rather give up lte instead in order to have it with the exynos chip.
    Might have to trade my galaxy nexus for an international version. I like the physical home button more than the capacitive buttons.
    Wow, I guess I got a little off track from the subject. Again

  3. QUICK!
    Somebody port ICS for this!

  4. so what you really said was…

    “I used to make innovated phones and tablets, until i was sued by Apple.”

  5. Great phone but I don’t think it will get more dev support then the international one. Not feeling the missing home button either.

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