Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Sep 2012 19:41 UTC, submitted by Radio
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "As many of you already know, Jean-Baptiste Queru, Technical Lead for the Android Open-Source Project at Google, recently started an open source project to build a vanilla Android version for Xperia S (LT26i). From Sony side, we welcome the project and support it with resources and contributions. We always try to promote and support external innovation and the openness that Android brings. We have now published binaries required for the LT26i project to progress." Say what you will about Sony, but this is a fantastic move. Samsung, could you please take a moment from harassing bloggers and do the same for your own devices? Thanks.
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by robmv on Mon 3rd Sep 2012 20:56 UTC
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Sony bootloader unlock service, the previous hints of Sony releasing HAL source code, CyanogenMod support, and the AOSP experiment with the Xperia S, made me decide to try a non Nexus device for the first time. I received 2 hours ago my Xperia S

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