The unlocked Moto Z Play (code name Addison) recently hit virtual shelves after the Verizon version appeared a few weeks back, and now there's some kernel source to go with it. Motorola tends to be pretty quick with these releases, but it's been a little slower this year. Oh well, developer types can grab the open source files on Motorola's GitHub page right now.

This release follows the availability of kernel source for the Moto G Play and Moto Z Droid. The open source code from Addison won't do the average user much good. Kernel source helps developers hammer out bugs in apps and develop ROMs for devices.


The code is based on Android 6.0.1 and clocks in at about 161MB. Have at it.