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Default Samsung lists devices to get ICS.

http://m.engadget.com/default/articl...sic&postPage=1

While obviously our device isn't listed, will an official build from Sammy help our developers?

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The answer to that will always be yes. Official builds help port things like CM, AOKP, and other variants.
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yes do to the fact even if we cant use the source (which actually google source is about oh 4000x better.)

The proprietary drivers is what we would after.



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yes do to the fact even if we cant use the source (which actually google source is about oh 4000x better.)

The proprietary drivers is what we would after.
That's great news. You are working with the Tmobile Galaxy S II right? Strange its not included.

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i built most my aosp sgs2 ics rom without no source other then googles for the build well the chipset manufacture had there own generic source of ics for it which was really really helpfull,



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