Android 6.0, 5.1, and 5.0 CTS Downloads
Android 6.0 R8, 5.1 R9, and 5.0 R8 Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) and CTS Verifier are available for Download.
July Android Security Bulletin
The July 2016 Android Security Bulletin has been published along with links to associated fixes. In addition, new build numbers have been published for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus Player running Android 6.0 to support the July Android security release.
Network Connectivity Tests
The Android Connectivity Testing Suite validates the functionality of various aspects of the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular radios. The suite includes the Scripting Layer For Android, the Scripting Layer For Native and the Android Comms Test Suite.
Crash Dump and Tomstone Details for debuggerd
Binaries Highlighted, Building the System Renamed
Feedback Fixes DRM Path, Keystore API, Jack Argument
As a result of your feedback: the path to DRM source code has been
documentation now links to the more relevant GenSpec
API, and an error in the Jack
ANDROID_JACK_EXTRA_ARGS command has been fixed. Please keep the feedback
Explore the Source
Get the complete Android platform and modify and build it to suit your needs. You can also contribute to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository to make your changes available to everyone else in the Android ecosystem.
Port Android to Devices
Port the latest Android platform and create compelling devices that your customers want.
Follow these examples and instructions to harden your Android devices against malicious attacks. Find out how the Android security program works and learn to implement the latest features.
Being Android-compatible lets you offer custom features but still give users and developers a consistent and standard experience across all Android-powered devices. Android provides guidance and a test suite to verify your Android compatibility.
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