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Useful Android* Debug Bridge Commands Part 2: Create a Device Backup

Published on February 12, 2016By Eric P.

Learn how to make a full backup of your Android* device that takes minimal space and is easy to restore.

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Develop Apps on Your Android Device with AIDE

AIDE is an Android app to develop apps using only your device. This article explains how to get started with expert level app development with AIDE.

Software vs. GPU rasterization in Chromium*

This article is a general overview of the ways that web browsers can rasterize website information into actual pixels you can see. When a web browser...

Coloring with Beignet: Performing Color Management on Intel® HD Graphics with OpenCL

Co-authored by Alina Chera Brief introduction to color management This article presents a proof of concept implementation that accelerates the...

Android IoT BigData Sketch Ideas

Andrii Trybynenko Senior Front-End Developer at Zultys Android & IoT & BigData Android Android + IoT and Big Data is a very wide range...

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Useful ADB Commands

Published on January 26, 2016By Eric P.

Eric Payne Owner at Elite Computer Repair For this tutorial you will need to have ADB installed on your computer, your Android's USB Debugging set...

Optimize Java* Code in Android* Marshmallow

Learn about the Android Runtime for Marshmallow's code generation from a programmer's perspective and techniques developers can use to provide the...

Dealing with Android* Fragmentation

Peach Pellen Chief Technology Officer at Platino* A look at how Android* developers can better deal with fragmentation As this Android infographic...

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Creating a Search Field in Your Android app

Published on January 20, 2016

Nelson Glauber Senior Software Engineer at CESAR Search is a feature existing in a large number of Android applications. Providing a way to search...

2016 Prediction: Battling the 65k Limit

Published on January 15, 2016By Paul B.

2016 is the year of the method limit. Many hardened Android developer will already know this and will have been fighting the holy war for many years...

Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2015 R4 Release

Last updated: December 28, 2015Video length: 2 min

The Intel® GPA team is proud to announce the release of GPA 2015 R4!

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Java* Parser for Depth Photo

The Java parser for depth photo parses eXtensible Device Metadata (XDM) image files and extracts metadata embedded in image files to generate XML...

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Icy Rocks Workload: A Real Workload for the Android* Platform

There are few real-world workloads available for Android platform benchmarking, resulting in use of unrealistic or trivial workloads to drive...

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An eCryptfs-Based Solution for Securing Your Data on Android*

The threat to data on mobile devices is a serious issue. Android O/S and application developers work to ensure the security of the user’s data...

Graphics Frame Analyzer for OpenGL – Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzer (Intel® GPA)

Last updated: December 14, 2015Video length: 10 min

Seth presents the Graphics Frame Analyzer for OpenGL. Learn the basic features and functionality of this extremely powerful analyzer.


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Top 7 Innovative Techniques to Improve Your Mobile Application

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs The actual achievements of any mobile app are reliant upon how its development and marketing occurs. Any...

You Have Permission to Crash

Published on December 7, 2015By Paul B.

Paul Blundell Senior Android Developer at Novoda With targeting Marshmallow, 6.0, API 23, the latest version of Android*, strange things can happen...

Android Marshmallow and a Fresh Approach to App Permissions

Published on December 1, 2015

Tom Dawson Editor-in-Chief at Android Headlines Considering that our smartphones, no matter what operating system they run, end up performing a lot...


Optimizing the Platino* Gaming Engine for x86 Android* Devices

Last updated: November 23, 2015Video length: 1 min

Learn how Black Gate Games* has optimized its Platino* gaming engine for Intel®-based Android* devices.

The Now of Device Usage: Opportunities for Developers in 2016 and Beyond

Published on November 20, 2015

This article explores the results of a study titled "Current Usages: A Global Perspective" by Dr. Daria Loi. The study explored which devices are...

Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Bring Differentiation to Biometrics Recognition Applications Part 2

Published on November 20, 2015

Download PDF   [PDF 797KB] Link to Part 1 Contents High Performance and Security Software-Based Encryption by Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard...

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Future of App Development - The Hot Trends to Follow

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs Formerly it was said that there is nothing that Google doesn’t know, however, this verity is now true...

Tutorial: Getting Started with OpenCL™ on Android* OS

Published on May 16, 2014, updated November 17, 2015

Download Code SampleDownload Documentation OpenCL™ Basic Tutorial for Android* OS provides guidelines on using OpenCL in Android applications. The...

Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Bring Differentiation to Biometrics Recognition Applications Part 1

How Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Improve the Security of Biometrics Recognition. Trusted Execution Environment with Intel® Software...

SQLCipher*: Compilation for Intel® x86 for the Android* Platform

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to build SQLCipher for Android on a Linux* host, with architecture settings to an Intel® x86...

CPU-Bound Offline Analysis with Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA) - Platform Analyzer

Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) Platform Analyzer visualizes the execution profile of the tasks in your code on the entire...

Getting Started with the Crosswalk Project for Android

Last updated: November 4, 2015Video length: 4 min

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center explains how to set up a Linux development system for the Crosswalk Project. He also demonstrates building and deploying a web application bundled with Crosswalk to a mobile device.

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Intro to the Crosswalk Project

Last updated: November 4, 2015Video length: 3 min

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center introduces the Crosswalk Project: a web runtime for mobile and desktop web and hybrid applications that enables developers to use the latest web technologies across the broadest set of devices.

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How to Use the Crosswalk Project with Cordova Applications

Last updated: November 4, 2015Video length: 4 min

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center explains how to add Crosswalk to your Cordova applications to provide a predictable runtime with world class performance.

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Zero-copy texture uploads in Chrome OS*

Synopsis This whitepaper introduces the web and Chrome* graphics rendering pipeline, discusses how to explore Intel® architecture advantages, and...

What Program Languages Should I Use? (Java*, C#, C++, or HTML5)

There are a growing number of instruments including program languages, IDEs, and frameworks that make the development process more and more flexible...

Multi-OS Engine Actions Menu

The new update of Multi-OS engine provides “MOE Actions” context menu item for Android* Studio. The item contains sub items namely Synchronize to...

Building FreeType Libraries for x86 Devices Using the Android* NDK

There are many ways to build middleware libraries. You can compile middleware using an automatic NDK build system. Alternatively, you can cross-...