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Understanding Intel® Optimizations in the Android* Runtime Compiler

The application developer generally writes a section of the application in the Java* language. This Java code is then transformed into an Android-specific bytecode, called the Dex bytecode. In the various flavors of Android’s major releases, there have been several ways to go from the bytecode format to the actual binary format that is run on the processor. For example, in the Jelly Bean* version...
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Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board on Linux* from Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board on Linux*

This guide contains steps to set up your Intel® Edison board on a Linux* system, including steps to install your preferred integrated development environment (IDE), set up a serial terminal, and establish a network connection to your board.

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Step 1: Assemble your board from Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board on Linux*

The Intel® Edison module is meant to be used with a breakout board, so you need to secure your Intel® Edison module to your breakout board before you can use it. The steps to do this vary based on the type of breakout board you have. Choose your breakout board below:

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Step 2: Run the integrated installer from Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board on Linux*

This section contains steps to download and run the Linux* integrated installer, which combines updating firmware and installing your choice of IDE.

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Step 3: Set up a serial terminal from Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board on Linux*

This section contains steps to set up serial communication with your board. Serial communication gives you access to the Yocto-built Linux* operating system running on your board. Once you're connected, you can use Linux commands to change the hostname and password of your board, set up a Wi-Fi* connection, flash your board's firmware, and more.

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