Honeycomb SDK System Dump Now Available

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While you could get your first taste of Honeycomb by giving the emulator a run, the abysmal speed we reported may sour you to that prospect. Luckily, you don’t have to put up with that sloth to get your fix. Instead, you might want to check out a system dump of the operating system’s files, unofficially released today.

Inside the archive, you’ll find a full collection of Android system resources to look over. While most of this is going to appeal primarily to a development-minded Android fan, there are enough things along the lines of Honeycomb-exclusive wallpapers to warrant a casual download.

If you feel like giving Honeycomb a browse-through, let us know about any interesting files you’re able to turn up. If this still all seems like a lot of work just to get a look at Android 3.0, then sit back, relax, and check out our video preview.

Download: Honeycomb System Dump

Source: Droid Life

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