Android Jelly Bean 4.1 Source Code

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 Where can I download the source code of Android ?

How to install that in my HTC mobile ?

Is there any possibility to gain root access for android mobile?

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Android Jelly Bean 4.1 Source Code

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You can get complete information about android source code at android.com. There are many example source codes there. You can also get source code of open source android applications on sourceforge.net and other open source web sites.

But you can not install the source code directly to android mobile. You must compile and execute it in order to make an .apk file to be installed on android device.

You must root your mobile to gain access to root. This process will remove manufacturer warranty so be careful. Also there are some apps that allow you to gain root access to your phone. Top most are

SUPER ONECLICK

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You can also use Universal Androot to gain root access.

More Information here

You can also use Cyanogen ROMs (www.cyanogenmod.com) to root your android phone.

Select the method which is easy for you and which support your phone.

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Android Jelly Bean 4.1 Source Code

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Android is an open source software stack built for an extensive range of devices with various form factors. The main objectives of Android are to build an open software platform accessible by carriers, developers, and OEMs to create their innovative ideas a reality and to present a successful, real-world product that enhances the mobile experience for users.

Before you can download and create the Android source, you need to make sure your system meets the following system requirements. For the hardware, you need a development workstation with 64-bit environment which is required for Gingerbread (2.3.x) and later versions including the master branch. Older versions can be compiled using 32-bit systems.

You need to have a minimum of 100 GB free hard drive space for a checkout, 150 GB for a single build, and another 200 GB or maybe more for numerous builds. If you utilize ccache, you will require even more space. If you are running Linux on a virtual machine, you need a minimum of 16 GB RAM/swap.

The AOSP or Android Open Source Project master branch is usually developed and tested on Ubuntu LTS or Long Term Support releases. Android is normally built using OS X or Linux operating system but it is also possible to build Android in a virtual machine using unsupported operating systems like Microsoft Windows.

For more info, please visit Android Hardware and Software Requirements. For instructions on downloading the Android source code, visit Downloading The Source.

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