All right, so the Samsung Galaxy S3 has already made waves worldwide with its global release, and some folks are still trying to figure out how it works, S-Voice and all, while others have already made this their favorite new smartphone without any exception. Of course, there will also be pockets of resistance and naysayers huddled together, but they are not the focus of today’s story – that the Samsung Galaxy S3 source code has been released. Running on the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich build with the new TouchWiz interface, this rollout of the source code will make life easier for new Developer ROMs to be programmed and worked on. If you are interested at taking a look at the source code yourself (and making a few tweaks along the way), then you can download it from the official source here. Alternatively, there are more than 20 Samsung Galaxy S3 firmware versions to be downloaded from this site as well. As usual, before meddling with arcane lines of code, do perform a backup of your smartphone beforehand.


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