The kernel source code for developers and users to go deep into the devices has been released for the Android 10 compilations of the Samsung S10 series, Xiaomi Mi 9 and Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro.
Original equipment manufacturers The kernel source code, which is currently shared, gives developers and expert users the opportunity to learn the subtleties of the code that runs their phones. Increasing the potential and performance of the phone to explore the roads. In addition, kernel source code helps developers prepare and publish custom read-only memory (ROM). This is useful for users who are not satisfied with their read-only memory.
In order to encourage third-party development, most original equipment manufacturers today share kernel source code one or two months after the devices are available. Samsung and Xiaomi manufacturers have a good background in sharing kernel code, and Galaxy S10 series, Xiaomi Mi 9 and Redmi K20 Pro Android 9 Pie kernel for Android. With the introduction of the new Android 10 for these devices, companies have released the codes of the Android 10 compilations.
The processor of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series the Exynos The kernel source code of the variants is available on Samsung's open source website. These codes include the Galaxy S10e (SM-G970F), the Galaxy S10 (SM-G973F) and the Galaxy S10 + (SM-G975F). The latest versions are at the top of the list with the 'QQ' tag in the release descriptions. The codes for the Xiaomi Mi 9 and the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro, with the code code Cepheus, are also available on GitHub. The codes of Xiaomi Mi 9 and Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro are the same It is worth noting.
You can download the kernel source code of the two devices via the links below: