Both will allow developers to create new custom ROMs
It has become customary for Samsung to release source codes for its Android smartphones immediately after their launch or even a few days ahead.Although Verizon Wireless announced the Galaxy Note II would arrive in retail stores on November 29, Samsung released the source code for this amazing smartphone one day earlier.
Along with it, the South Korean handset makers uploaded the source code for Samsung Galaxy Premier on its servers.
Both new releases will allow developers and Android enthusiasts to cook their own custom ROMs and add or remove various features as they see fit.
Those anxious to download the source code for Verizon Galaxy Note II can find it here. Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy Premier’s source code is also available for download on Samsung’s open-source site. Check it out here.