In a (relatively) timely release, Samsung has given eager developers something to play with over the weekend – the manufacturer recently dropped Ice Cream Sandwich kernel source code for a handful of devices including three variants of the Galaxy Note 10.1 (the N8000, 8010, and 8013), the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and both 3G and Wi-Fi variants of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (P7500 and 7510).

The release comes just days after the official Note 10.1 launch, source code release for the Korean Carrier-connected variant of the Note 10.1, and the discovery of a successful root method for the device.





The kernel source code is uploaded to Samsung's open source download center and readily available for download by those wishing to tinker, develop, or simply ogle a fresh batch of code. Just hit the appropriate link below to grab the download.

Source: Samsung Opensource (Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 7.0+, Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7500, 7510)

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  • Thomas Wells

    About. Phuqing. Time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucyparanormal Daniel Tiberius

    Hopefully there are some neat things ported over to my Note LTE.

  • Laodicean36
  • MikaelM95

    okay exactly when is this supposed to update? Do I need to download the source code to get the upgrade to ICS or will it be a push through to Kies?

    • Tito73

      No, wait or flash now,...