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Samsung is back again with a fresh batch of source, today dropping open source kernel files for the Note 10.1 (N8000), its LTE counterpart N8020, the Stratosphere II (SCH-I415), and Sprint's version of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (SPH-P500). The most interesting device on the list, though, is probably the Galaxy Camera (EK-GC100), which is just arriving at UK retailers this month, with no firm date announced for a state-side debut. Though the Galaxy Camera is a somewhat unconventional Android device, it's still great to see Samsung keeping up with its pattern of timely open source file releases.

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If you've been waiting to put your hands on the official kernel source for these devices, or just want to take a peek at what makes them tick, hit the appropriate link below.

Source: Samsung Open Source (Galaxy Camera, Note 10.1, Note 10.1LTE, Stratosphere II, Sprint Galaxy Tab 2 10.1)

Liam Spradlin
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  • Khanh

    GT-N8013 naoooo!!!! This should've been released before the N8000 because there are no carriers' ties and what not. It's a wifi version! shouldn't it receive JB already?!! I don't get it!!

  • http://pandu.poluan.info pepoluan

    ... and what about the Exynos documentation situation that made some Cyanogenmod devs swore to never again develop for Samsung phones?

    Because source code is useless unless there's a compiler for it, and one cannot create a good, optimizing compiler unless one has the processor's documentation.

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