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System App In Android

Android’s underlying kernel is based on Linux, but it has been customized to suit Google’s directions. There is no support for the GNU libraries and it does not have a native X Windows system. Inside the Linux kernel are found drivers for the display, camera, flash memory, keypad, WiFi and audio. The Linux kernel serves as an abstraction between the hardware and the rest of the software on the phone. It also takes care of core system services like…




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Budhdi Sharma

Budhdi Sharma

A developer is responsible for developing a framework and system applications for devices powered by the Android operating system.

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