Malloc Debugging and Native Memory Tracking
Trusty Build Instructions
Links and commands have been added for downloading and building the Trusty Trusted Execution Environment (TEE).
May Android Security Bulletin
The May 2016 Android Security Bulletin has been published along with updates to the Android Security severity ratings. 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 May Android security release.
CTS Updated to 6.0R6, 5.1R7 and 5.0R6
New versions of the Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) have been released for Android 6.0, 5.1, and 5.0. In additon, the Downloads page has been moved under CTS since links to the Android Compatibility Definition Document (CDD) have been moved to a dedicated Compatibility Definition Document page.
CDD as Web Page, Older Versions Available
The Android Compatibility Definition Document (CDD) is now published as a web page for easy access, and all older versions of the CDD and associated version strings are now listed on a central Compatibility Definition Document page.
Camera HAL Testing Checklist
A new Camera HAL Testing Checklist describes all of the tests available for the Camera hardware abstraction layer, including native, the Compatibility Test Suite (CTS), manual tests, and the Image Test Suite (ITS).
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