Android Internals

The Android Internals training course is designed for those who are already familiar with basics of the Android SDK and are looking to customize and/or extend the functionality of the platform. Android Internals focuses on the Android NDK, and Android IDL APIs, to give you a clean access to underlying hardware and services, with future compatibility in mind. You will learn how to build custom images and hack the platform.

5 Days/Lecture & Lab

This Android Internals course is for developers who want to dig deeper than the standard Android SDK. It is for those who want to hack the system a bit in order to add system services and hardware support for non-standard components or port Android to completely new boards.

  • Android Overview Module
  • Android Stack Module
  • Android Native Layer
  • Android Application Framework Layer
  • Android Applications Layer
  • Java Native Interface (JNI) and the Android Native Development Kit (NDK)
  • Android Inter-Process Communication (IPC) with Binder and AIDL
  • Android Security Essentials
  • Building Android from Source
  • Android Startup
  • Android Subsystems
  • Creating a Customized Android System Image
  • Android Tools and Debugging

To take this course, you should have a firm understanding of the following: Java You should be able to answer most of the following questions: • What is a difference between a class and an object? • What is the difference between static and non-static field? • What is the difference between extends and implements keywords? • What is an anonymous inner class? • What is the purpose of @Override? C/C++/Make To get the most benefit out of this class you must have a basic understanding of C and C++. For example, you should be able to answer the following: • What is a header file? • What is gcc and how to use it? • Basic usage of sprintf() • What is make and how does it work? • Be able to read and understand basic Makefiles • Be able to read and understand shell scripts Linux You should be familiar with basic Linux operating system. For example, you should be able to answer most of the following: • How do you use use the following commands: ls, ps, cp, mv, pwd, cat, chmod, chown, mount, and similar. • What is the init process? • What are users and groups in Linux and how do r/w/x permissions work?


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