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Following on from yesterday's root-based escapades, MoDaCo's Paul O'Brien has uploaded the boot and recovery images from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, along with a full (non-odexed) system dump from the device. While all three files should be of interest to Android hackers and developers, the system image in particular should be a great source for anyone looking to pillage ringtones, graphics or live wallpapers for use on other phones.

Paul points out that these are from a pre-release development build (ICL23D), so they'll likely differ from what you'll find on retail units later this month. With that in mind, hit up the source link for more info, along with download links.

Source: MoDaCo

 
There are 5 comments

cheburashka says:

Sweet! Can't wait to play with this thing when it comes out. I'm on Sprint though so will have to wait a bit but this should give me something to play with (along with my ICS launcher :-)

jerkules says:

lordy, lordy...

TerryMasters says:

Does this mean someone can finally dump that gorgeous live wallpaper?

lyingfromyou says:

the story above reads, "the system image in particular should be a great source for anyone looking to pillage ringtones, graphics or live wallpapers for use on other phones".

and if i'm not mistaken, this means lots of ports & roms are coming (fast)...

rovex says:

There is already a booting ROM for the Galaxy S2.. although we can only see a white screen! Even so it shows things are underway