Developers who own the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE can get their engines started on the device in a new way as Verizon and HTC have finally released source code for it. The version of the source code is 1.43.605.3, and as far as I’m concerned that’s the latest you’ll need to go about your code-monkeying business. As always, the goods can be found on HTCDev.com, HTC’s developer portal for all things Android. [Thanks Romany!]
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