Topic: aosp

Greater control over location data in Android 12

Android 12 final release code pushed to the Android Open Source Project

Android 12 has been pushed to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), and will make its way to supported Pixel devices in the next few weeks. Devices from manufacturers such as Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Tecno, Vivo, and Xiaomi will receive the latest OS later this year.  According to the Android development team, the Android … continue reading

Google moves AndroidX to the Android Open Source Project

Google is attempting to provide more transparency to developers by moving AndroidX, which was previously called the Android Support Library, to the public Android Open Source Project (AOSP). This move means that primary feature development and bug fixes will be completed in the open and changes will be visible. AndroidX originally started off as a … continue reading

Google’s Jack & Jill Android compilers, Intel-powered Google Glass, and an enterprise Big Data analytics report—SD Times news digest: Dec. 1, 2014

Google is developing two new compilers, codenamed Jack and Jill, to replace the current javac and dex compilers used in its Android mobile operating system. According to a blog post from Saikoa, a Belgian mobile development software company that discovered build tools labeled Jack and Jill in the latest Android SDK, the tools will streamline … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Jean-Baptiste Queru quits Android project over Qualcomm drivers

JBQ’s departure signals frustration over Qualcomm’s lack of Nexus 7 open source driver support, sticking him with the blame … continue reading

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