Samsung releases Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge kernel source code

Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, are now available for purchase, at least in 20 countries around the world. As always, Samsung has released kernel source code for both these devices, and if you are a developer/tinkerer/custom ROM developer, you might be interested in downloading the kernel source.

The kernel source is currently available on Samsung Open Source Release Center for the following devices:

  • • SM-G920F
  • • SM-G920K
  • • SM-G920L
  • • SM-G920S
  • • SM-G920T_NA
  • • SM-G925F
  • • SM-G925K
  • • SM-G925L
  • • SM-G925S
  • • SM-G925T_NA

Earlier this week, first firmware files for these devices hit our firmware database, and you can download them through our firmware section. However, this still doesn’t mean that AOSP ROMs will come out soon as the problem lies with the lack of proper documentation for Exynos chipsets.

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Who cares. Release all sources and i’ll buy two S6’s straight away. I made the mistake with Exynos once, wont ever do it again.


guys who won the s6 give away?
is that a big lie sammobile?


Yeah I can’t login to see the original post. Keep returning to the ‘insert password’ screen

Farsat Sagvan
Farsat Sagvan

why samsung release those files ? :


cause they love to make you use custom rom and rooting your phone 🙂 some of samsung actually behind those xda developers custom rom based touchwiz