With a working HAL, we are able to go further, directly into the Android framework, where the most important system internals are implemented. First we take a look at
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After we spoke about the Linux Kernel issues that arise when porting our embedded setup to an new Android version in the previous two articles, we finally arrive in t
After getting the display up and running, we’ll have a look at the kernel drivers. It would be way too much work describing each kernel driver in detail, so I w
We migrated our embedded Android showcase to a new Version. In this five part series we document, what worked – and what went horribly wrong.
Android updates are rare, especially for development boards. We were running such a deprecated board once built to demonstrate our knowledge in embedded Android. Sinc
In this conclusion of our series we finally arrive at the Android Sensor Framework to which we are going to connect our ultrasonic range sensor.
In this conclusion of our series on Android Sensor Integration we finally arrive at the Android Sensor Framework to which we are going to connect our ultrasonic range
While Google gave the design of the kernel module into the hands of the hardware manufacturers they define a clear interface for the HAL.
In the previous parts of this series we had a look at how a kernel driver works. This time we continue to better documented areas. While Google gave the design of the
In the second part of our series on Android Sensor Integration we will have a look at how to actually get readings from our SRF02 Ultrasonic Range finder.
In the second part of our four part series on Android Sensor Integration we will have a look at how to actually get readings from our SRF02 Ultrasonic Range finder. I
This first part will take you on a walk through the integration of a proximity sensor into Android. We start investigating what occurs in kernel space.
This first part of a four part series will take you on a walk through the integration of a proximity sensor into Android. We use the ultrasonic range sensor SRF02 whi
The Device Tree is supposed to revolutionize that by reading the hardware configuration from a data structure stored in RAM at startup.
Traditionally, the specific hardware configurations are described in so called board-description files and permanently embedded into the kernel during compilation, ma