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Google Releases Source Code for Ice Cream Sandwich and Honeycomb

Nov 20, 2011, 22:03 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Tech Laze for this link. ]

"Google has just released source code for the latest version of Android, that is Ice Cream Sandwich. According to this Google Groups post by Jean-Baptiste Queru a.k.a JBQ, the code for Android 4.0 is currently being pushed to the servers and will take some time to complete. The release, which also includes the source code for Honeycomb, will enable manufacturers to start prepping their own devices for the big upgrade.

"Android fans all around will be pleasantly surprised to see ICS being open sourced earlier than they anticipated. Originally, everyone expected the source code to be available on the day Galaxy Nexus hits the markets. Galaxy Nexus however, is still days away from release."

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