SELinux instructions revised
The entire set of Security-Enhanced Linux instructions have been revised thanks to open source contributions.
Compatibility manual and CTS updated, CDD source made available
New versions of the Compatibility Test Suite (5.0_r2) and the CTS Manual have been uploaded to the site. HTML versions of the 5.0 and 4.4 Compatibility Definition Documents (CDD) have been uploaded to AOSP for easy diffing.
Audio terminology enhanced
Audio Terminology has been updated to include definitions for FIFO, lossy, transparency, and more.
Using Repo and Mac OS initializing instructions fixed
POSIXLY_CORRECT entry and Java 7 link within the Mac
OS initializing instructions have been updated. And the
command reference has been revised to remove the
replace option and point to
help for the latest
Nexus 7 build tag updated
The LRX22G build tag now applies to the deb and tilapia variants of Nexus 7.
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