Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is available to the public, you know what that means. Yep, it’s time for Samsung to release its kernel source code so that Android developers can get cracking on perfecting their apps for the 5.7-inch handset. As with past releases, the Korean company has kindly complied, revealing the source code for Sprint, AT&T and SK Telecom versions today — it posted eight other international variants last week. The SM-N900P version is for Sprint and is expected to have a sizable software update soon, the SM-N900S is the one for SK Telecom, while the AT&T model is SM-N900A and is the only one with a locked bootloader thanks to the carrier’s restrictions on that front. Sure you’ll be unable to install custom ROMs on the latter, but programmers can still download the files to see what else the code has to offer. If that applies to you, go ahead and hit the source link to get started.
Samsung unpacks kernel source code for Galaxy Note 3