Following the footsteps of AT&T a few weeks ago, T-Mobile has made the source code of its high-end Android device, the Samsung Galaxy S2, available for the public to download. While this won’t mean much to a large number of users at the moment, it’s bound to get the developer community excited. Consumers who are looking forward to load up their Galaxy S2 phones with custom ROMs can expect them to start arriving over the next few weeks.
The release of T-Mobile’s Galaxy S2 source code also means that all of the Galaxy S2 phones in the US are completely available for the public to tear apart. Expect famous ROMs like CyanogenMod to show up on the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 soon. If you’re interested in checking out the source code for yourself, head here.
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