Samsung is continuing its spree of releasing kernel source for its devices – following a source release of the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, developers can now access all the kernel data they need for the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids and the GT-i9507. That’s right, the source is available for the GT-i9507, a Galaxy S4 variant that has shown up intermittently but remains unannounced, making it the second time Samsung has released code for a device that hasn’t hit market yet, like the new Note 10.1, making the code mostly useless for now.
Actually, even for the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, which was recently launched as a kid-friendly tablet (yeah, big surprise there), the source code will likely be ignored, as I’m not sure anyone out there is going to be playing around with a tablet for kids, a tablet that won’t sell much units in the first place to bother developers. Also, just look at that cute little thing in the picture below – would you really want to tinker around with it? Would you?
But hey, all the kernel sauce is available nonetheless, so go ahead and hit the links to download it.