American smartphone manufacturer Motorola has gone quite through a lot of changes lately. The company still thrives to provide the best of their efforts to come up with great smartphones. Well, we all have been seeing amazing devices coming up straight from Motorola. Well, that’s not the only thing Motorola is famous for. Motorola also provides good software support for their devices. Even if you can’t get enough of their updates, you can always find a custom ROM for your device. Motorola always releases the source codes for every update it rolls out.
Kernel source code does really help a lot when it comes to developing custom ROMs, custom kernels, custom recoveries like TWRP and what not. 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. Well, Motorola has now released the kernel source code of two more devices. Today’s article will get you covered with everything that you need to know about the source code release of these two devices. So, the two devices that we are talking about is the Motorola One Zoom and the Moto G7 Plus.
Motorola One Zoom kernel source code released:
The Motorola One Zoom belongs to the series of Android One devices by Motorola. The device features a 6.39 inch 1080p Super AMOLED display. The One Zoom houses the mid-range Qualcomm SDM675 Snapdragon 675 chipset and comes with a 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The device currently runs on Android 9 Pie. Talking about the camera, the device has got a rectangular quad-camera setup at the back with a 48 MP sensor being the primary camera. On the front, it has got a 25 MP selfie shooter inside a waterdrop notch. The device is fueled by a huge 4000 mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging. The smartphone comes with all the major sensors and sports an In-Display fingerprint scanner.
Motorola has now officially released the Kernel source code for the Motorola One Zoom. Since the device has not yet received the Android 10 update, this source code is based on Android 9 Pie. Motorola has hosted the source code in the open-source community site Github. Have a look at the official repositories in Github where the Android 9 source code for the Motorola One Zoom is hosted:
Well, you can also visit the Github repository from the link which is given below and download the source code based on Android Pie for the Motorola One Zoom. This will help developers create custom ROMs, based on Android Pie for the Motorola One Zoom. This also suggests that we will get to see a lot of new ROMs and kernels for this device very soon.
Github repo–[Motorola One Zoom Android Pie source code]
Moto G7 Plus kernel source code released:
Moto G7 Plus is one of the best devices from the Moto g series. The device comes with a 6.2 inch 1080p LTPS IPS LCD display. Moto G7 Plus houses the mid-range Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636 chipset and comes with a 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The device currently runs on the latest Android 10 which was rolled out in January. Talking about the camera, the device has got a circular dual-camera setup at the back with a 16 MP sensor being the primary camera and a 5 MP depth sensor. On the front, it has got only a 12 MP sensor for taking selfies. The device is fueled by a smaller 3000 mAh battery with support for 27W fast charging. The smartphone comes with all the major sensors and sports a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Motorola has now officially released the Kernel source code based on Android 10 for the Moto G7 Plus. Motorola has hosted the source code in the open-source community site Github. Have a look at the official repositories in Github where the Android 10 source code for the Moto G7 Plus is hosted:
Well, you can also visit the Github repository from the link which is given below and download the source code based on Android Q for the Moto G7 Plus. This will also help developers create custom ROMs based on Android 10 for the Moto G7 plus.
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