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[DEV] Android 3.2 Source Code Available in AOSP

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13th July 2011, 04:51 PM   |  #1  
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For anyone whois interested, and anyone ready to start DEV'n with the latest version of Honeycomb.

The GPL source code for Android 3.2 is available in AOSP.

More info at Android Building @Google Groups
http://groups.google.com/group/andro...10b44798c19d61

NOTE; It isnt the full code. This is just the LGPL/GPL portions
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I.e. the Linux kernel.

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Thats all it is, just the kernel source? I was hoping it was more....
14th July 2011, 12:33 AM   |  #4  
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Quote:
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Thats all it is, just the kernel source? I was hoping it was more....

Its already been said that honecomb will remain closed source then ics which will be for phones and tablets will be open source again

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Asus tweeted that 3.2 on transformer is in progress and maybe released soon.

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Soon is anybody's guess?
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Heh, Im used to Samsung's idea of soon. Aka, 7-9months after release.

It wont be too long, Asus is staying on top of their updates
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Last time they said soon, i believe it was about 2 weeks? Not bad imho.
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If I am not mistaken eee transformer was released late April. On 31st of May Asus released 3.1 update. Thus I would expect 3.2 update in 2-3 weeks.
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If I am not mistaken eee transformer was released late April. On 31st of May Asus released 3.1 update. Thus I would expect 3.2 update in 2-3 weeks.

But how long after 3.1 released on the Xoom did Asus make their own release? I think that would be more indicative of when they will release 3.2. Hopefully their kernal source doesn't take as long (relatively) as last time.

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