64-bit build instructions added
Detailed instructions for building Android on a 64-bit architecture have been added to the Source section of the site. These instructions cover product configuration, module definition, the install path, and more.
OpenGL ES graphics diagnostics documented
The site now contains a user guide for the GPU testing suite drawElements Quality Program (deqp). The guide offers an overview of the suite and instructions for porting and building the test modules.
Ubuntu version and Eclipse instructions updated
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 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.
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.
Sometimes, a device can't do it all. Tap into Android's open accessory standard and build accessories to complement the wide variety of Android-powered devices.
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.
Help this Site
Please note, source.android.com is maintained in the Android Open Source Project. See the docs/source.android.com project log in AOSP for the complete list of changes to this site. Contribute your own updates to that same project and help maintain source.android.com.