Author: Ivan Morgillo
Title: Learning Embedded Android Programming
Print Length: 248
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
Format: PDF, ePub, mobi, azw, kf8, txt, ibook, Kindle
Create the perfectly customized system by unleashing the power of Android OS on your embedded deviceAbout This BookUnderstand the system architecture and how the source code is organizedExplore the power of Android and customize the build systemBuild a fully customized Android version as per your requirementsWho This Book Is ForIf you are a Java programmer who wants to customize, build, and deploy your own Android version using embedded programming, then this book is for you. Prior java experience required.What You Will LearnMaster Android architecture and system designObtain the source code and understand the modular organizationCustomize and build your first system image for the Android emulatorLevel up and build your own Android system for a real-world deviceUse Android as a home automation and entertainment systemTailor your system with optimizations and add-onsReach for the stars: look at the Internet of Things, entertainment, and domoticsIn DetailIn a world where there is an Android device around us all the time, it has become important for us to effectively customize our Android device and make it apt for our specific needs. It is crucial to win the race for the largest user base who want such customized devices in the market.The sky is the limit with this complete book, which takes a deep dive into the Android build system and its customization to help you master the steep learning curve. We will start by exploring the basics of Android OS, taking you toward Google’s ‘repo’ system, and will show you how to retrieve AOSP source code. You’ll then find out to set up the build environment and the first AOSP system. Next, you’ll learn how to customize the boot sequence with a new fancy animation, and use an Android ‘kitchen’ to ‘cook’ your custom ROM. By the end of the book, you’ll be able to to build customized Android open source projects by developing your own set of features.