Microsoft releases Surface Duo 2 kernel sources and factory image

Microsoft unveiled its second Android smartphone — the Surface Duo 2 — late last month. Although the device looks a lot like its predecessor, it packs some significant upgrades. The Duo 2 features larger displays, Qualcomm’s latest flagship SoC, better cameras, and a bigger battery. The phone runs Surface Duo 2 UI based on Android 11 out of the box, which comes with a bunch of preloaded apps and some useful features to help users make the most out of its unique form factor.
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If you recently bought the Surface Duo 2 and you’re not a fan of its UI, you’d be glad to know that Microsoft has released the kernel sources and factory image for the device. This means that developers on our forums can now get the ball rolling on building custom ROMs and kernels for the device. Microsoft has uploaded the kernel source code for the phone to its GitHub repository. If you’re interested in building a custom ROM or kernel …

Written By: Pranob Mehrotra

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