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Samsung finally posts the Verizon Galaxy S III kernel source files – last of all four major U.S. carriers

Around the middle of last month, Samsung published the source code for the AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint versions of the Galaxy S III to its Open Source Release Center. Mysteriously, the Verizon variant’s code was nowhere to be found – until late last night, anyway.

You can now find the kernel source for the Verizon GSIII alongside its brothers, thus rounding out the source release for the Big Four here in the U.S. Considering the Verizon variant has already been rooted, things are about to get a lot more fun for GSIII owners on Big Red.

From: http://www.androidpolice.com

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