Google will crack open more of Android's development process but keep new versions of its mobile OS closed for competitive reasons. The giant will change Android's Native code Development Kit (NDK) so that contributed code joins the publicly available Android source tree rather than going into Google's private tree.

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7 years 25 weeks 4 days 23 hours ago


Yes but the real problem is ...

Qualcomm and Texas Instruments are not willing to release any developer specifications for their chips and this is currently causing a lot of problems since we do not have and can not develop drivers for many phones.