Kernel Networking Unit Tests
Kernel Networking Unit Tests describe a suite of tests provided by Android engineering to help ensure the device kernel will properly support the Android networking stack.
Logging Mode Optional When Verifying Boot
Verifying Boot now makes it clear logging mode does not have to be implemented, and dm-verity may be kept in enforcing mode.
Bluetooth LE Beacons CTS Guidance
Bluetooth LE beacons can be used to test the compatibility of Bluetooth low energy features on Android devices.
Audio Data Formats, MIDI Architecture, Related Updates
New information is available about Audio Data Formats and the MIDI Architecture. Also updated are Latency Measurements and Audio Terminology. It also is noted that Android indirectly supports MIDI 1.0 via an external adapter.
CTS 5.1 R4 Packages
Android 5.1 R4 Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) and CTS Verifier packages can now be found on Compatibility Downloads.
New Build Numbers for Devices Android 6.0 and 5.1
Build numbers have been published for Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (flo/deb), Nexus 9 (volantis/volantisg), and Nexus Player running Android 6.0 and Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (deb), Nexus 9 (volantisg), Nexus 10 running Android 5.1.
Received Feedback Implemented
Thanks to the many contributors who have submitted input using the Send Feedback button, Key Layout Files, the recommended version of Mac OS, the package set for Ubuntu 14.04, and the DRM rights methods have been updated for Android 6.0.
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