Android 4.0 source code now available: Google

Android Open Source Project technical lead Jean-Baptiste Queru has announced the source for the newest version of the OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (relive the releases for ICS, Gingerbread and Froyo), will be made available today. Currently, binaries are available for the Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus, with Nexus S and Motorola Xoom versions promised soon. As usual, this gets the countdown started for more manufacturers to work on builds for their devices and means third party coders like CyanogenMod  can dive in as well. One other thing we should be used to by now is a warning that it still may take some time for things to go live as the code is replicated. Hit the source link for all of the information on the latest build or hit the AOSP site for more information what exactly this is and how to get it.

Google has rolled out the source code of Android4.1 (Jelly Bean) for developers, who can receive it from Android Open Source Project.
With this release, the manufacturers who use Android in their smartphones and tablets can begin working on the latest edition of Google's open source mobile operating system for existing and upcoming devices.

Custom firmware providers like CyanogenMOD and MIUI will also use the source code for JellyBean to build the next iteration of their firmware. The team at CyanogenMOD has already stated that it will commence working on CM10, whereas the plans for the previous edition of its custom firmware are on schedule.

On the official Android building group, Android team's Jean-Baptiste Queru posted that the search giant has also rolled out the 'proprietary binaries' for devices like Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus. The same for Nexus S and Motorola Xoom are expected soon.
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