Earlier today I gave a talk at Android Builders Summit about TinyHAL, a generic audio HAL for Android aimed providing a better basis for system integrators to work from. More details on TinyHAL and slides from the talk can be found over at the Wolfson Open Source web site.
Building the kernel for the Nexus S is straightforward – the kernel is public as one would expect so it’s simply a matter of building it using the standard Linux build system (the machine is called herring in the code). There is one gotcha, though – the driver for the BCM4329 WiFi controller is a […]
Since I couldn’t seem to readily find any useful instructions for building firmware images for the Nexus S I thought I’d publish some. In a clean directory this sequence of commands should result in a working set of application layer images. They assume you’ve already got all the Android build dependencies installed: repo init -u […]