Google released the source code of the new version of Android Cell phones
Google has opened the source code of the latest version of Android, known under the code name Ice Cream Sandwich. This was reported in the group for developers on the social network Google . Published code belongs to Android 4.0.1 - this version of the operating system will use the Galaxy Nexus, which Google announced in October. It is noted that in the repository along with the code for Ice Cream Sandwich contains the code for Honeycomb, which has not previously been published. However, Google noted that Honeycomb is a flaw in the system, and encourage developers to focus on the new OS. Publication of the source code will allow developers to start writing apps for the Android 4.0 environment. In addition, after the publication of the code enthusiasts usually make my own "unofficial" build OS designed for installation on different devices. It is expected that the first device running Android 4.0 will be the Galaxy Nexus, which is a collaboration between Google and Samsung. The exact terms of the sale were not disclosed. In 2012 will be presented several devices based on Ice Cream Sandwich. In addition, update the OS to Android 4.0 will be the owners of some of the already released devices..