Most of the Android Smartphone makers use either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors or MediaTek processors to power their devices. South Korean tech giant Samsung also manufactures its owns mobile processors, called Exynos Chipsets. Well, rarely any smartphone manufacturer uses Exynos chips in their phones other than the Samsung itself. However, Motorola last year launched its first hole-punch display phone – Motorola One Vision, which houses the Exynos 9609 SoC. The same goes for the Motorola One Action launched after One Vision. Well, Motorola has now released the kernel source for both the devices on Github.
Talking about the kernel source, QSAS30.62-24-3 is the tag associated with Motorola One Vision with code name Kane, and QSB30.62-17 is linked with Motorola One Action having code-name troika. The builds of the kernel source for both the phones are based on Android 10.
If you are a developer and want to download the Kernel source of any phone, you can get the download links below.
For those who are unaware, Kernel source code does really help a lot when it comes to developing custom ROMs, custom kernels, custom recoveries like TWRP, and whatnot. The source code is what is required to start the development of all of them. Without the source code, we can never come up with something that would be stable and run on the device. So, as the kernel sources for both the phones are out now, we hope to see the development of some customs ROMs for the devices.
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