Intel(R) System Studio Developer Story : How to configure, build and profile the Linux Kernel of Android by using the VTune

Intel(R) System Studio Developer Story: How to configure, build, debug and optimize key parts of your mobile software stack for Android*

1. Set-up and configure a development environment.

(1) The target HW environment

   In this article, a Minnow board MAX is used for a HW platform. The MinnowBoard is an Intel® Atom™ processor based board which introduces Intel® Architecture to the small and low cost embedded market for the developer and maker community. It has exceptional performance, flexibility, openness and standards.

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