Samsung has already released the source code of the kernel of the Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 Edge

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With Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

new llegados the major markets, and as we await the full Engadget analysis device , the Korean giant has sought soon meet all the necessary steps to complete the launch of its new flagship.

Samsung just released the source code kernel of their new top-end smartphones, fulfilling a prerequisite to the Open Source license based on Linux kernel using the Android terminal

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The Korean giant has used its own repository -Samsung Open Source Release Center- to publish files that are already available for all the different versions of the Galaxy S6 , as well as its variant Edge:

Samsung Open Source Galaxys6

publication of the kernel is always a milestone for the Android community, which in this case greatly appreciate the active scene terminals after Samsung, which may initiate their development and custom ROMs without problems for the new flagship of the South Korean manufacturer.

No doubt, it is always good news that major manufacturers hurry up when contributing to the community, especially because nowadays and It is no secret that external to the manufacturer himself improvements are an important point of sales support for many users, not only for advanced

In Engadget Android |. HTC published the source code of the kernel of his One M9
More information | Samsung Open Source Release Center via SamMobile


News Samsung has already released the source code of the kernel of the Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 Edge was originally published in Engadget Android by Damian Garcia .







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Samsung has already released the source code of the kernel of the Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 Edge
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