The Nexus 6 that was unveiled some time back not only brought us a new high-end smartphone, but also unveiled the all new Android L. Till now, Android L has been an exclusive to the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 except for devices running the developer’s preview version of it. But that is about to change. Yes guys, the source codes for Android L are now out.
Google has made the Android L source codes available on their Android Open Source Project website. Not only that, Google has also made the documentation behind the Android L, which is a list of all the changes and features in the Android L. The availability of the source codes now means that developers can now work on it and in a matter of days, the Android L will unofficially be available on an array of devices. This is one of the best features of Android OS: open sourcing.
With the source codes now available, you too can now start working on it and make the Android L work for your device, that is only if you know the technicalities of Android programming. If not, you’ll just have to wait till some developer from around the world does that for you. So, just hope that some developer with the same device as you, is working on Android L source codes right now and stay tuned for more updates.