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Dec
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Samsung, continuing its habit of timely code releases, today let fly open source kernel files for a handful of devices including Verizon's newly announced Galaxy Camera (EK-GC120), AT&T's Galaxy SIII Jelly Bean update (SGH-I747), and last but not least, AT&T's Galaxy Tab 8.9 Ice Cream Sandwich release (SGH-I957).

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If you've been waiting to get your hands on a fresh batch of kernel source for these devices to tweak, develop, or ogle, now's your chance. Just hit the appropriate link below to be taken to Samsung's open source download center.

Source: Samsung Open Source (VZW Galaxy Camera, AT&T Galaxy SIII, AT&T Galaxy Tab 8.9)

Liam Spradlin
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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

    I hope this means that we will one day see CyanogenMod on this camera.

    • Davy Jones

      As much as I love CM I am not sure I see the point. The stock AOSP camera is very limited even for a smartphone, using it on an actual point and shoot would be really underwhelming. I do hope either Google adds more features to the stock camera or the CM team does, but as of now I don't think CM is ready for a dedicated camera.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

        I think it's safe to say with Android 4.2 that Google cares a lot about the camera on Android. Though the features in this camera's app are extremely diverse.

        Still hope for CM though and if Android keeps going in the direction 4.2 does, it seems more feasible! :-)

  • febie

    how to download google play store on my pc

  • febie

    my google play store has stopped on my s3 what should i do? please help

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