Samsung is doing a pretty good job when it comes to publishing open source code. The company has just made available the kernel source code for the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, that was unveiled at IFA 2013 earlier this month.


The product isn’t even in stores, making this availability even more surprising. You can play with the new kernel however you want and for those of you not familiar with the product, the Note 10.1 2014 is basically a bigger version of the Galaxy Note 3, keeping even the faux leather back and physical buttons.

Inside we find an Exynos octa core processor and 3 GB of RAM, while at the back there’s finally a decent camera, an 8 MP shooter and the famous S Pen stylus. The screen supports a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and Android 4.3 is the OS of choice here. Samsung’s newest TouchWiz is applied on top of Android and there are plenty of other goodies included, especially the stylus features.

You can get all the code you need from here.