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eLinux.org
The purpose of this wiki is to preserve and present information about the development and use of Linux in embedded systems as well as open source projects and tools for general embedded development. To use this wiki, click on one of the portal links below.
wiki  resources  embedded  linux  tips  issue  workaround  links  booting  memory  power  powermanagement  multimedia  filesystem  networking  android  drivers  development  debug  kernel  security  legal  test  raspberrypi  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  tools  arduino  tutorials  cpu  spec  support 
24 days ago by ezequiel
(Solved) Flaky wifi with WRT1900ACS v2 and Android phones - Installing and Using OpenWrt - OpenWrt Forum
Q: I have a wrt1900acs v2 running the latest wifi drivers packaged by @eduperez and it is giving me nothing but problems.

Specifically my Android phones simply refuse to stay connected. Recently it's gotten to the point where it hardly will even connect at all and I've turned it off so that my older tp-link devices are the only APs. We've had hot weather, and I wonder if that's relevant because it was never this bad before.

Rebooting the WRT device seems to fix the problem for a few hours. [...]
2018  forumthread  wifi  android  issue  router  openwrt  workaround  tips  configuration  sysadmin  networking  hardwaresupport 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Android hardware - Official Kodi Wiki
For most high-definition videos (1080p or higher resolution), hardware video decoding is necessary for smooth video playback on most Android devices. Therefor this article contains a list of SoC chipset hardware, (SoC stands for "System on a Chip" which contain the CPU plus GPU and VPU circuits combination, and is also known as a "chipset"), as on Android platforms this SoC chipset is what can playback common video codecs smoothly using Kodi/XBMC.

The fact is, while some devices might be able to smoothly decode standard-definition videos and even some 720p or higher resolution videos using only software video decoding with raw CPU compute power, offloading a large part of video decoding tasks to an integrated VPU (Video Processor Unit) that is optimized specifically for this job is considered essential for almost all Android devices to be able to smoothly playback high definition videos.
xbmc  hardware  hardwaresupport  wikientry  arm  mips  android  links  compatibility  cpu  tv  mediaplayer  spec  codecs  gpu 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Importing private CA certificates in Android | LastBreach
[...] On Android, importing system wide certificates is fairly straight forward. Just open your settings, scroll down to Security and tap the Install from storage option. [...]
android  configuration  sysadmin  ssl  tls  tips  example  guide  screenshots  article 
june 2019 by ezequiel
libuv/libuv: Cross-platform asynchronous I/O
libuv is a multi-platform support library with a focus on asynchronous I/O. It was primarily developed for use by Node.js, but it's also used by Luvit, Julia, pyuv, and others.
opensource  github  node.js  library  concurrency  multitasking  performance  source  c  unix  windows  macosx  android  python  links 
january 2019 by ezequiel
Find and download archived versions of Adobe AIR SDK
Find links to archived versions of Adobe AIR SDK runtime, SDK, and compiler. Test applications with different versions of Adobe AIR.
adobe  air  compatibility  oldversion  archived.version  software  links  downloads  resources  releaserelated  linux  windows  macosx  android  iphone  sdk 
march 2018 by ezequiel
Release notes | Developer | Adobe Air 2.6
Welcome to the developer release notes for Adobe AIR 2.6. This update includes enhanced mobile platform support for Android and iOS, and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and device compatibility.
adobe  air  compatibility  links  windows  macosx  linux  android  iphone  releaserelated  info  reference 
march 2018 by ezequiel
How to Move Your Google Authenticator Credentials to a New Android Phone or Tablet
Most of the app data on your Android is probably synced online will automatically sync to a new phone or tablet. However, your Google Authenticator credentials won’t — they aren’t synchronized for obvious security reasons.
google  security  howto  tips  android  mfa  rooting  2012  article  links 
december 2017 by ezequiel
Convert, Edit, Or Compose Bitmap Images @ ImageMagick
The functionality of ImageMagick is typically utilized from the command-line or you can use the features from programs written in your favorite language. Choose from these interfaces: G2F (Ada), MagickCore (C), MagickWand (C), ChMagick (Ch), ImageMagickObject (COM+), Magick++ (C++), JMagick (Java), JuliaIO (Julia), L-Magick (Lisp), Lua (LuaJIT), NMagick (Neko/haXe), Magick.NET (.NET), PascalMagick (Pascal), PerlMagick (Perl), MagickWand for PHP (PHP), IMagick (PHP), PythonMagick (Python), RMagick (Ruby), or TclMagick (Tcl/TK). With a language interface, use ImageMagick to modify or create images dynamically and automagically.
c  c++  library  ruby  python  perl  php  tcl  pascal  lua  dotnet  java  api  documentation  reference  guide  links  graphics  linux  unix  windows  macosx  opensource  license.apache  tool  cli  android  tcltk 
january 2017 by ezequiel
Skia Graphics Library
Skia is an open source 2D graphics library which provides common APIs that work across a variety of hardware and software platforms. It serves as the graphics engine for Google Chrome and Chrome OS, Android, Mozilla Firefox and Firefox OS, and many other products.
c++  library  graphics  image  chrome.browser  chromium  opensource  firefox  android  documentation  source  downloads  tips  faq  reference  google  license.bsd 
december 2016 by ezequiel
GDB Command Reference - sharedlibrary command
Forces GDB to load symbols for the specified shared libraries or all loaded shared libraries.
sharedlibraries  gdb  debugger  cli  tips  reference  linux  unix  windows  android  tool 
may 2015 by ezequiel
PNF Software - Creator of JEB, the Android app Decompiler
Professional security analysts deserve the best Android reverse engineering experience.
android  tool  development  reverseengineering  software  commercialsoftware  windows  java  linux  macosx 
may 2015 by ezequiel
Dr. Dobb's | Good stuff for serious developers: Programming Tools, Code, C++, Java, HTML5, Cloud, Mobile, Testing
(me: links to pdfs of previous issues of the "digital edition" of Dr. Dobb's Journal (some pdfs can only be downloaded from the provided flash applet))
magazine  archive  pdf  ebooks  articles  c  c++  programming  design  php  windows  linux  unix  howto  tips  tutorial  tutorials  mobile  android  iphone 
march 2015 by ezequiel
grpc/grpc-common (gRPC from Google)
Welcome to the developer documentation for gRPC, a language-neutral, platform-neutral remote procedure call (RPC) system developed at Google.
rpc  github  opensource  google  framework  multiplatform  c++  java  ruby  javascript  android  python  source  documentation  links  protocol  golang 
february 2015 by ezequiel
adbFire
adbFire is a companion program for the Amazon Fire TV and Android Kodi/XBMC and forks.
android  xbmc  firmware  hacking  amazon  hardwaresupport  linux  windows  macosx  downloads  freeware  rooting 
february 2015 by ezequiel
Compiling C++ code (XCode) for iOS and Android. Is it real? - Stack Overflow
I wanna try to write and compile C++ code for iOS and Android-devices. I've been using XCode for some time (I was writing c++ code for MacOS and Windows). So I wanna use XCode for my purposes.
juce  iphone  macosx  android  library  c++  multiplatform  development  forumthread  tips  links  programming  stackexchange 
february 2015 by ezequiel
JUSTOP Android TV Dongle Firmware Download And System Recovery Instructions
[...] Please download above firmware and recovery tool, unzip to your local hard drive; a pin (like paper clip) is needed to push down reset button;USB cable; a windows based computer. [...]
justop.k9b  hardware  hardwaresupport  windows  howto  guide  sysadmin  tips  firmware  article  android 
january 2015 by ezequiel
Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems: Part 1
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the design and implementation of Android applications for handheld systems, such as smartphones and tablets.
course  online  android  programming  development  java  free 
january 2015 by ezequiel
Android-x86 - Porting Android to x86
This is a project to port Android open source project to x86 platform, formerly known as "patch hosting for android x86 support".
android  x86  badgoogle  porting  linux  opensource  embedded  virtualisation  downloads  community 
january 2015 by ezequiel
MuPDF
The renderer in MuPDF is tailored for high quality anti-aliased graphics. It renders text with metrics and spacing accurate to within fractions of a pixel for the highest fidelity in reproducing the look of a printed page on screen.
pdf  reader  fileformats  tool  source  opensource  linux  unix  windows  android  cli  gui  downloads 
december 2014 by ezequiel
Rockchip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SoC chip used in numerous android tablets, android TV dongles, etc.
android  hardware  cpu  spec  wikipedia  wikientry  arm  english 
april 2014 by ezequiel
JUCE Cross-Platform C++ Library
JUCE is a wide-ranging C++ class library for building rich cross-platform applications and plugins for all the major operating systems.
Having been actively developed since 2003, it is used by thousands of developers around the world, and JUCE-based apps are used by millions of people every day.
c++  framework  library  gui  multiplatform  windows  macosx  linux  x11  freesoftware  commercialsoftware  source  download  documentation  reference  license.gpl  juce  iphone  android  development 
september 2013 by ezequiel
Tiny $45 Cubic Mini-PC Supports Android and Linux - Slashdot
"SolidRun refreshed its line of tiny 2 x 2 x 2-inch mini-PCs with four new community-backed models based on 1.2GHz multi-core Freescale i.MX6 SoCs. The CuBox-i devices support Android 4.2.2 and Linux, offer HDMI, S/PDIF, IR, eSATA, GbE, USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth interfaces (depending on model). All the models offer 1.2GHz clock speeds, OpenGL/ES 2.0 3D support, and video acceleration for 1080p video, while the two higher-end ones supply more robust GPUs that add OpenCL 1.1 support."
slashdot  2013  android  linux  arm  computer  embedded  links  forumthread 
september 2013 by ezequiel
Android’s Market Share Is Literally A Joke | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
This is the first of three articles looking at how we measure – and mis-measure – who is “winning” in the mobile sector. Article one focuses on market share and was inspired by an article written by Bill Shamblin, entitled: “Chasing Smartphone Market Share Is A Chump’s Game.” Article two will focus on the proper way to measure or “score” mobile hardware manufacturing, mobile advertising and the “razors-and-blades” content models. Article three will focus on the role that market share plays in the network effect and will examine the proper way to measure or “score” how well a platform is doing.
android  iphone  apple  article  economics  business 
june 2013 by ezequiel
Slideshow: 7 Android and Linux Smartwatches | Linux.com
While we wait for the giants to play their hands, a number of Android-powered smartwatches are already on the market, and there's at least one (Leikr) that runs Linux. The accompanying slideshow reveals devices of note, as well as two intriguing open source, Kickstarter-funded watches that don't run a formal OS but offer hooks to Linux and Android: the MetaWatch Frame and the Pebble.
gadget  article  links  linux  android  opensource  2013 
april 2013 by ezequiel
Quick look at Mini PC / HDMI sticks : MK802II, UG802, MK808 | ARCTABLET NEWS
Computing is evolving with devices always becoming more powerful and efficient but also smaller. The idea of having a complete computer on a size of a memory stick emerged few years ago with small devices running on Linux. With the newest Mini PC, you can just plug a stick in the HDMI port of your TV and convert it to Google Android Internet connected device. We’ll have a quick look at the history of these mini computers, their limitations and see specifications for three current models priced under $80: MK802II, UG802, MK808.
android  embedded  linux  multimedia  geek  tv  video  player  article  arm  review  justop.k9b 
february 2013 by ezequiel
Pre-Alpha 0.2 Ubuntu Linux for MK802 III / UG802 / MK808 - SlateDroid.com
Title says it all. No hand holding at this stage as this is really for people who know what they are doing. In a few days I'll post a proper Alpha with more/some support!
Folks, I can't stress this enough: these pre-Alpha releases are only for people who have already cross-compiled the Linux kernel for an ARM device and are used to having things not working out-of-the-box.
And no, it won't play movies nor will it run XBMC at this stage, and you can't play any games with it yet (no OpenGL support).
embedded  modding  android  linux  ubuntu  ubuntu.quantal  forumthread  howto  kernel  guide  hardwaresupport  2012  arm 
february 2013 by ezequiel
Ask Slashdot: Best Free and Open Source Apps For Android? - Slashdot
"One of my favorite freeware Android applications has been pulled from the Google Play app store. While I found a replacement for the app, I've decided to install only apps that won't become obsolete merely because of the developer's whim or lack of interest. With the exception of games, which I don't deem essential for work, I don't want to install potential abandonware even if they cost the pauperly sum of $0.00. My decision has thus far meant installing a relatively crude text editor like BusyBox's version of vi, rather than any one of those full-blown mobile office suites. I've found a short list of open source Android apps at Wikipedia, including the usual suspects, Firefox and the VLC media player. There are also links to two other sites at the end of the article. But even the more comprehensive listings have large gaps in them even when compared 'merely' to the programs available in a typical GNU/Linux repository. So can anyone recommend useful or even just fun Free, Libre and Open Source Software for an Android smartphone or tablet? Free virtual beer to those that can find links for FLOSS programs for editing audiovisual media (Blender for Android?) and documents more sophisticated than HTML."
slashdot  forumthread  2013  android  android.app  software  freesoftware  busybox 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Android (operating system) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Android is a Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Initially developed by Android, Inc., which Google backed financially and later purchased in 2005,[9] Android was unveiled in 2007 along with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance: a consortium of hardware, software, and telecommunication companies devoted to advancing open standards for mobile devices.[10] The first Android-powered phone was sold in October 2008.[11]
android  wikipedia  wikientry  os  mobile  linux  java  google  article  english 
january 2013 by ezequiel
music - What can play Ogg Opus on Android? - Android Enthusiasts
Opus is a new open source lossy-format that replaces Vorbis and the outperforms all the other proprietary alternatives to it. However, what plays Opus on Android? Thus far the only thing I've found is Firefox! How come my browser can play Opus -- and none of my music players?
codec  support  android  forumthread  audio  stackexchange 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Ubuntu 12.04 - Install Android Tools
If you own an Android Smartphone, you will need sooner or later to use some specific Android tools like adb or fastboot.

If you need these tools, two options are now available under Ubuntu 12.04 :

Install the whole Android SDK which bring these tools among may other things
Install some specific android-tools packages that bring only these tools
This article will explain the simple steps needed to install Android tools, including latest Android SDK on a Ubuntu Precise 12.04 workstation.
ubuntu  android  development  programming  configuration  sysadmin  howto  usb  phone  linux  debug  blogpost 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Superuser
Superuser is the app that manages what apps on your rooted device have access to su. Apps that are granted su have elevated permissions and can modify just about any part of the system. The app was originally written by zinx, and I took it and made it much more useable. The app consists of two parts, Superuser.apk and the su binary.
phone  linux  hardwaresupport  arm  x86  android  software  rooting  android.app  download 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Get 'Root' on your Android device | Android Central
So you want to know about rooting your Android phone, eh? Yeah, it sounds a little scary. It's kind of a big leap, and it may involve a few steps. and quite possibly the use of a command prompt, which would require you to follow instructions and type words and stuff. [...]
tutorials  links  hacking  tech  mobile  rooting  android 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Root for Android
It should be possible to copy all needed the files to the sdcard and use a "Terminal Emulator" on the device to root the phone or to build an app which does this. This document describes how to do it using ADB, so you need installed ADB drivers for your device to root it. [...]
hardwaresupport  modding  windows  linux  article  howto  rooting  android  debug 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Android Debug Bridge | Android Developers
Android Debug Bridge (adb) is a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device. It is a client-server program that includes three components: [...]
howto  reference  tools  toolchain  embedded  programming  development  documentation  android  debug 
january 2013 by ezequiel
How to root an Android device under Ubuntu « lkubuntu
I have found a lot of tutorials on this subject, but none really supported Android x86 devices, so I decided to write my own here which will support both ARM and x86. If you have an android phone or tablet, you have an ARM CPU, and if you have a virtual android device (or have android installed on your computer), you have an x86 CPU. Notice that you are on your own with rooting. I can try to help, but I cannot guarantee that it will work 100% (it might even break your device). Good luck!
howto  modding  linux  ubuntu  hardwaresupport  hacking  rooting  android  debug  blogpost 
january 2013 by ezequiel
Stuff Michael Meeks is doing -- Linux on the (consumer) Desktop
Arriving back from vacation, I read Miguel's thoughts on the state of the Linux Desktop in the race for the consumer market; I happen to mostly agree with his conclusion - that we're still facing a huge up-hill struggle there. While I have huge respect for his experience and insight, I think the causes are larger. My punch-line is that the Linux Desktop faces a huge and multi-factored ecosystem challenge, there is no single simple issue to fix. Over the last decade I've been peripherally involved in trying to tackle many of the problems in this area, here are some of my random thoughts and open questions on the topic, there are no radical new insights:
2012  slashdot  suse  iphone  android  macosx  windows  api  abi  analysis  issue  advocacy  linux  desktop  blogpost 
september 2012 by ezequiel
TechBytes Episode 69: Richard Stallman on Restricted Boot (UEFI), Coreboot, GRUB, and Boot Freedom | Techrights
I first interviewed Richard Stallman about 5 years ago. Yesterday I spoke to him about the subject of much debate in the Free software world right now. Here is a transcript of our conversation. [...]
download  ogg  android  linux  gnu  coreboot  uefi.secure.boot  freedom  transcription  article  interview  rms  audio 
july 2012 by ezequiel
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