ICS source code
Smartphone manufacturers and mobile software developers rushed to grab the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich source code released by Google.
First and foremost, its wrong to bully the weak, the helpless, the geeky kids with funny stains on their pants. But when those kids win prizes alone and depressed, the bullies in the dark are always there to ensure that the punishment for being born a freak is dished out daily.
Now take this one kid who came to school with a t-shirt that had a photo of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS updates. You gotta be shittin’ me. Soon all fans of mobile casinos will be holding a decent Android powered smartphone? Hmm, in case gamers possess the necessary programming skill they can in fact upgrade their phones on their own. Tell me more.
Those fans of Android casinos, which are unable to do magic with an open source, can simply wait for the manufacturer ROM version of the upgrade.
Google spoiled the wonderful news by telling mobile casino games enthusiasts that the code is still being pushed due to its enormous size and if tempered with right now could end up being completely unworkable. The company advises to wait a little bit more for the official announcement that the code is entirely available.
On the good note, the code turned out to actually be 4.0.1 update, the same one featuring inside the Galaxy Nexus, which is scheduled to hit the stores shortly. This code most probably will have to be slightly altered in order to run smoothly on other devices.
The new code is available with the whole history of the Android source code tree, including the Honeycomb, which was previously unavailable. Google expressed their wishes for software developers to focus on the Ice Cream Sandwich primarily.