Android 4.0 source code released for the Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 7.0


The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is about as hot as a tablet can get right now, but we know many of you want to get your ROM-flashing on as soon as the nifty tab reaches your hands. There is simply no such thing as “good enough” for us. We need that source code to make a good ROM, though, and Samsung has released it just in time for developers to cancel all their weekend plans and start coding.

We have already seen Samsung release source codes for the Korean Galaxy Note 10.1 versions. It was only a matter of time before WiFi and other versions got in on the action. They are 3 versions, to be specific: GT-N8000, GT-N8010 and GT-N8013.

In addition, Sammy has also blessed the developer world with the Ice Cream Sandwich source codes for a couple of their most popular tablets. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (both 3G and WiFi versions).

So what are we waiting for, devs? Let’s get those ROMs out! Get it all from the Samsung Open Source download portal.

Edgar Cervantes

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  1. It’s a little late, for me, Samsung. I sold my 7.0 Plus over a month ago and am now the proud owner of a Nexus 7.

  2. Does this mean an ICS OTA is imminent for the Galaxy Tab 10.1? :D

  3. Woke up this morning in Detroit with a message to upgrade my WiFi only 10.1 to ICS. Woo Hoo! Downloading the update at this time.

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