While all the Samsung Galaxy S II owners in North America still await their update to ICS, those with the International version are now able to look at the kernel source code from their ICS update. As per the GNU General Public License, Android OEMs are responsible for releasing the source code for their updates, one of the many reasons I love me some open source operating systems like Android.
Now before you get too excited this code will do nothing for the average user with a non-international SGS2, but it will be beneficial for all those ROM devs out there. With this source code they will be able to get started on some truly awesome ICS custom ROMs for everyone to enjoy.
If you are in the mood to check out the kernel source code you can do so by hitting the source link below and search for the “i9100″.