It was way back in early May that the kernel source for Sprint and US Cellular Galaxy S4 variants showed up on Samsung's servers. The Virgin Mobile Canada edition was added in April. The Verizon and AT&T devices came in the following weeks, but no peep from the T-Mobile version. Well, until today – Samsung just posted the T-Mobile GS4 kernel source in all its glory.


As usual, the Jelly Bean source is available on Samsung's site for any developer-type or curious onlooker to grab. Now that the Tmo source is up, that pretty much takes care of all the carrier-branded Galaxy S4 devices. Enjoy.

[Galaxy S4 Kernel Source (T-Mobile)]

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • april

    K I went to this what does it do It doesn't show up as anything being downloaded

  • AussieSammy

    That takes care ppg all the s4 device? Right, so North America had all the s4 devices. Well done tard.

  • Randy Coleman

    Cant run the source file,does anyone know how? Wont work for me

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  • KyleRay

    Finally? ....FINALLY??? WTF you be talking about Willis.... Ryan the 5th? lol.... why don't you go report on HTC's release of source code and tell us just how many hours faster they were? ....yeah hours on the Google Play devices and this all depends more on Google than either Samsung or HTC!