In this step, you will compile the source code into an application that runs on both the host and target and then run the application. To compile the source code, run the specified command in the same terminal session from the previous step. If you open a new terminal session, you will have to set the environment variables in the new terminal session.
Initially presented as a hands-on lab for Intel Developer Forum 2015 as "SFTL002: Hands-on Lab: Intel® Architecture Based Mobile Device Development Workshop – Featuring Android* TV" the lab instructions are provided here as reference in the hope that they are useful to a wider developer community. The boot image and appropriate data capture drivers were built prior to the lab by the presenter but notes are included on how to perform both tasks in the notes, although not in as great a detail. Regardless I hope that the following information will be useful to you, all tasks are possible with a commercially available Nexus Player device, a host PC running Ubuntu, a properly licensed version of Intel System Studio, and internet access to publicly available referenced sites.
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