Google Unveils Android 2.3 Source Code
The Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread source code has just been made available for everyone interested. Meanwhile the Google Nexus S Gingerbread has been ported to the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S.
After Android 2.3 hits the market a couple of weeks ago and following the release of Google Nexus S, the source code for Gingerbread is now made available for everyone interested. With the Android 2.3 source code made public, device manufacturers are now allowed to start working on bringing Gingerbread to new and existing mobile phones and tablets. Needless to say, the first custom Android 2.3 ROMs should be released in the wild pretty soon.
And here is another exciting news, the Gingerbread just made it to Samsung I9000 Galaxy S. Still, this is just an unofficial port. Check out the videos below to see how Android 2.3 works on Galaxy S:View Article Source »