News by Luke Jones on Wednesday July 02, 2014.
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Google's source code for Android L has been posted by the company and can be found at Google's Android Git repo page. The company always rolls out its source code in this manner and the Android L release is no different, the code is available now and is compatible with all current and older Nexus devices.That means the 2012 and 2013 versions of the LTE and Wi-Fi Nexus 7?s, the Nexus 4 and 5 smartphones, and of course the Samsung built Nexus 10 tablet. As Android L is still at the stage of being a developer preview, Google has omitted a few things including binary packages and kernel source. Developers will not be able to create stock builds just yet, although that will of course come with time. If you want to get your hands on the Android L source code, you can hit up the Google Android Git repo page. source: Google
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