Wave III source code is released

Last week at the Korea Linux Forum 2012 Samsung released the source code for the Wave III. The Korea Linux Forum 2012 was held in Seoul and Samsung was the key sponsor of the event. During the event Samsung executives explained how they created different kinds of technology using Open Sources.

The release of the source code for the Wave III is good news for developers which wants to improve the software on the Wave III and for developers who wants to port Android to the current bada flagship device.

You can download the source code at: opensource.samsung.com

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5 Comments
  1. goods news.

  2. They are releasing sources for every piece of… but for the S2 NADA. I wonder why? Maybe that people will relaize that their S2 is good to last a long time and won’t go buy Galaxy S VIII?

  3. So now for example hero355 (http://www.sammobile.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5306 ) may be more than ever before to modify soft?

  4. Um… unless they somehow managed to compress all of the Wave 3 source code to ~200kB, that file is not the Wave 3 source code. Would be good news if it was true, tough.

  5. It’s not the sourece code… that are just dTrace files..
    that is just a little pease of an full firmware…
    maybeyou should check your sources before posting such so hot news…

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