Releasing the source code for phones seems to be all the rage these days (as well as being required under Android open-source agreements), and Dell has just shown its hand. The Dell Streak source code (minus the proprietary stuff, of course) is now available for all to tinker with, though probably only developers will get excited to hear this. Still, this is good news for the Android dev community at large and hopefully other manufacturers will fall into the routine of releasing the source code for their phones in a timely fashion (thats you, HTC) as time goes on. After all, who doesn't love custom ROMs? [Dell] Thanks to Be Vigilant for the tip!
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