ROM Developers Get Busy. Source Code for the Galaxy Note II Released by Samsung

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  • 08 Oct 2012
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  • The Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the best devices to own for this year and is likely to remain so for a long time. Featuring a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display, in a similar design to that of the Galaxy S III, the new Samsung Note smartphone runs Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and is powered by a quad-core configuration with 2GB of RAM.


    Running Android 4.1.1 and with an improved – S-Pen TouchWiz interface the Galaxy Note II source code has been released by the manufacturer. Given the fact that is the most powerful Samsung device to date, developers are expected to take advantage of the code and release new ROM’s for the Galaxy Note II, adding a number of features that would not be available in the stock configuration.  However Samsung still refuses to release detailed info about their new Exynos chipset found in the Note II and Galaxy S III. This is cause of concern for some developers, even those working on developing CyanogenMod 10 for the new devices.

    You can download the source code package from Samsung’s developer official page.

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