Yu set to take on Xiaomi, releases open-source code for developers to make its OS interesting!

    Micromax subsidiary brand, Yu Televentures has an official forum online, which has been an active space for communication for the company with its fans and followers. The company has now announced something special for developers and contributors.

    Yu releases open source code for developers on its forum

    Sometime back, Yu rolled out the Project Highway, after ending its exclusive partnership with Cyanogen OS. The Project Highway is an open source code supply chain management system for Yu smartphones. Now that the company is going with the stock Android, it wants to give its users a different experience one new Yu smartphones.

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    Rahul Sharma, Founder, Yu Televentures posted on Yu Forum that "Pleased to share that developer.yuplaygod.com is live as of NOW". With this, developers will now be able to do more with the open-source OS for Yureka, Yureka Plus, Yuphoria and Yunique smartphones.

    Rahul added that, "happy to share today we are making available the open-sourced OS for Yureka/Yureka Plus, Yuphoria and Yunique and Inviting all the developers to participate and contribute to YU-OPEN-OS."

    Under 'Project Highway' the company will curate source codes from multiple drop points, such as Google's AOSP repos, Chipset Vendors Repos, Various ROMs (where the community developers contribute), Internal YU customization to create one manifest which will be able to support all YU based devices as well as other Android devices.

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    The highlight is that starting today evening, developers will be able to download the Marshmallow (M) beta build for Yureka (Plus), Yuphoria and Yunique. Micromax also announced that the stable build for the same will be out in next 30 days.

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