Samsung has released the kernel (and other GPL software) sources for the SGH-T989, otherwise known as the T-Mobile Galaxy S II. As usual, this one's not for the layman or even the average Android hacker to fool with, but to developers it's like gold. Having the kernel source will allow the Galaxy S II to get rooted, and then all sorts of goodness can happen -- and we can hardly wait. Nice to see Samsung keeping on track and being quick with their code releases. Hopefully, other OEM's can take a page from their book. If you're the type who needs a bit of T989 kernel source, hit the link and grab it.