Ummm... @Magpir, it's quite obvious by you saying this that you have no idea how these apps work. Nokia apps that use Nokia firmware drivers can't be used on non-Nokia devices. Samsung apps that use Samsung firmware drivers can't be used on non-Samsung devices. This app uses Samsung drivers...
Basically, any OEM app that requires ID_CAP_INTEROPSYSTEMS is unlikely to work on any other OEM. Some, like HTC Hub, will mostly work except for a little bit of device-specific functionality. Others, like HTC's Sound Enhancer, won't work at all. This falls into the second category. For a Nokia example, Nokia Drive contains no device-specific code at all except for a check on the OEM name in DeviceInformation. Nokia's Network Setup app requires access to Nokia's equivalent of the HtcProvisionDrv.dll driver, though, and won't work on any phone without that driver.
Hypothetically, it's possible to take OEM drivers from the official firmware and put them into custom firmware for other phones. This means you might be able to do a custom ROM that incorporated the required drivers from a second-gen Samsung. It's not nearly as simple as you seem to think, though.
Also, your post is unhelpful and contrary to the spirit of XDA-Devs. If you want this, go make it happen! Don't complain that other people aren't working fast enough, though, or even request ETAs; these things take time, and most of us have many demands on our time already.