Thursday 6th February, 2014
3:40pm to 4:20pm
Many Android devices have customized systems that are different in many aspects from the official one and moreover they are shipped with some closed components. This problem become blocking if you want to build an ad-hoc system for your device.
So we will discover step by step how to manipulate build files, settings values and boot files, in order to control your device and your applications thanks also to the installation of new utilities and the deep use of the adb command.
When all your customizations are ready, you will be able to cook your ROM!
Stefano works as Software Engineer in embedded software solutions and hw/sw integrations.
He loves to customize Android devices from the bottom to top, trying to use all those parts of the systems that are undocumented to reach his goal.
GNU/Linux developer for the openmamba distribution, Stefano is an Open Source supporter and tries to bring more people in this world, also with the laboratories that he leads from the beginning for the GNU/Linux course at the Polytechnic University of Turin.
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