Samsung release kernel source code for the Galaxy Note 3

As expected, Samsung unveiled the source code used for the kernel of the various variants of their flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3.

People are still rejoicing the fact that Xiaomi’s kernel sources will be up soon¬†while¬†still trying to get MediaTek to follow suit.¬†However, this move from Samsung had been much anticipated by modders and devs and doesn’t come as a surprise. Enthusiasts can now expect to have various ROMs on their Galaxy Note 3.

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The code can be downloaded at Samsung’s official website. Variants for which the code has been released include the SM-N900P (Sprint), SM-N900S (SK Telecom) and SM-N900A (AT&T). The SM-N900P and the SM-N900S variants have unlocked bootloaders which will let developers tinker with the device without restrictions with the sources being released, while the SM-N900A variant comes with a locked bootloader.

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