This time the tablets in question are the international Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8010), Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5110) and Galaxy Tab 2 7(GT-P3110). While this doesn’t mean much for users in itself, it does mean enable developers to do all sorts of cool things.
If you’re a developer or just want to take a look through the code out of curiosity, the code for the GT-N8010, GT-P5110 and GT-P3110 can be found at Samsung’s Open Source release center.
Do you own one of the devices that the Jelly Bean source code was released for? What would you like to see developers address first?