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The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with and control an Android-powered device over a USB link from a computer. It comes along with other useful tools and code bundled with the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). The ADB program includes three…

Android Police are supporting a rumor that is quite exciting. Apparently the Gingerbread SDK will be released soon, and with it a host of information about what this latest release of Android is going to do. The application inferface will reveal a lot of the new functionality afforded by this…

At Google I/O this year, Google released a pre-release version of its Androi 2.2 software developer kit (SDK).  Now that the official Nexus One Froyo update is out, Google has released the complete, ready for prime time version of its SDK.  All developers are encouraged to update to the latest…

Android 2.2 Froyo SDK now available

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by on May 20, 2010 4:10 pm
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Google has released the software developer kit for Android 2.2, the smartphone OS that is perhaps better known as Froyo (“frozen yogurt”).  No Android 2.2 devices have been announced yet, but there are a number of Google Nexus Ones out there with Froyo pre-loaded.  Google hasn’t indicated when a public…

Over at the Android developers blog there is a new announcement detailing an upgrade to the Native Development Kit for Android. This is big news for Android developers and the third release of the Android Native Development Kit (NDK) is now available for download from the Android developer site. According…

Google rolls out the Android 2.1 SDK

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by on January 12, 2010 3:11 am
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One week after the launch of the Nexus One, Google has released the Android 2.1 SDK to developers. The SDK is considered a minor update to Android and will roll out to existing handsets starting in January. Unlike previous SDKs which were released before a phone was launched, the Android…

The Google Software-Development-Kit (SDK) has just been updated to the latest version 2.0.1 and the knock on effect of this includes the roll out of Android 2.0.1 to Android 2.0 phones. As you will probably know, the Motorola Droid is the only Android 2.0 phone at the moment. The update…

Earlier this evening Google released the SDK for Android 1.6, what most people like to call the Donut release.  Core low level features that Donut brings to the platform include support for CDMA devices and differing screen resolutions – including QVGA (as on the HTC Tattoo) and high-res WVGA displays….

Yesterday Google released an early look at the Android OS 1.5 software developer kit, which includes developer support for all of the new Cupcake features that we are going to see in devices like the HTC Magic from Vodafone. The new SDK also gives developers the ability to write programs…

New Yuhua phone designed to run Android

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by on February 25, 2009 10:02 am

Yuhua, previously known as Yuhuatel, are a Chinese mobile ODM (original design maker) that have recently demonstrated a hardware reference design for use with the Android OS. The company already offer a few phones that run Java and Linux, such as the CPhone. Indeed, the General Mobile DSTL1 was based…