Thursday, October 20, 2011

Google will disclose the source code of ICS, while asus, Htc, Sony Ericsson and cyanogen are impatient

Many users are still disappointed by the fact that Google has not released the source code of android -gram Honeycomb. The concern is going to resolve with ANDROID Ice Cream Sandwich as planned. In cases where some would have doubts about the promises of Google, Dan Morill has recently mentioned in a message published on Google Groups: the availability next of the source code of ICS.
Citations We expect to get out the source code of android Ice Cream Sandwich when it will be available on mobile terminals. We also have new servers, so don't worry if you are experiencing from worry.

We will keep an eye on it and we will endeavor to answer all questions as quickly as possible. Since a few hours, you really feel that the builders and developers are impatient in announcing the future availability of android Ice Cream Sandwich on their mobile devices. One thinks in particular of asus, Htc, Sony Ericsson and cyanogen who have shared their interests on the drafting of the updates to Android Ice Cream Sandwich. For the time being, all await the release of the source code which will normally to asus to propose an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich before the end of the year on its EEA Pad Transform premium. As for Htc and Sony Ericsson, they are delighted to have been able to discover the latest version on the Galaxy Nexus and are currently undergoing to explore what mobile devices will be able to benefit. On the side of cyanogen, the community of developers also waiting very impatiently awaiting the release of the source code and of the Aosp of ICS, in order to cover the entire range of mobile terminals compatible

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