Meizu VP Li Nan confirms Flyme to be open sourced

Meizu seeks to “go beyond” with new changes including opening up Flyme to developers and third-party manufacturers.

Vice president of Meizu, Li Nan, has officially announced that Meizu will work with developers and even other mobile phone manufacturers to bring Flyme to other devices.

If MEIZU wants to seek to go beyond, changes must be made.

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The VP went on to say that Meizu are willing to share their highly modified OS and team with other industry partners and are in particularly interested in working with companies to pre-install Flyme on phones made by rival companies. Developers will also be excited to learn that Flyme source code will be available to developers also which Meizu hope will increase brand awareness and market share.

Once links are up for downloads we will post them here, and we will keep a close eye on news of Flyme on non Meizu phones.

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  1. desponent
    June 10, 2014

    Do it like google duh, open source it and hope it get popular enough, if it does fork the code to close source little by little.

    See? Do no evil, just low.

  2. Xiaolu
    June 10, 2014

    Thumbs up for Meizu! Doing the right stuff… I see a good future for this company.

  3. June 17, 2014

    much show.. meizu has been doing a lot of talking, but it’s totally neglecting other aspects of Flyme, such as support for its MX2 which is still a very capable device. Who knows when they’ll get around to it, especially with other large releases taking priority….