Google releases Android 4.0 source — and Honeycomb too

Google released Android 4.0.1 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”) code to open source, along with the Android 3.x (“Honeycomb”) code that it has kept under wraps since it arrived on Android tablets earlier this year. The release follows the Nov. 11 introduction of Android native development kit (NDK) v7, which has been upgraded for Android 4.0 with two new multimedia API sets.

On Nov. 14, Google released source code for Android 4.01 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”), keeping a promise it made shortly after announcing Android 4.0 (pictured) on Oct. 19.

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