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  • 1. Technological Growth (1981 to 2012) A Desktop In 1981 (IBM-5150) A PC In 1998 (Fujitsu – 17)So,What Was NextFor LaptopTechnological (Hp – Armstrong)Innovators?????? Laptop in 2008 (MacBook Pro ‘08)
  • 2. The Next Breath-Taking Innovation Was,,,Smart Phones TabletsSamsung Galaxy S3 Apple ipad 3
  • 3. ????????????????Can All This Technological Growth Be Due To The AdvancementHARDWARE Tech. Only?i.e. Smaller And Powerful Processor, Faster HDD, Power Saving????????????????HARDWARE IS JUST HALF THE STORY# What About The Operating System(O.S) Used?# What Is An Operating System?# Why Is An O.S Used?# Can’t The Advanced & Expensive Hardware Work By Itself?# The Importance Of O.S?# How Does This O.S Manages & Makes These POWERFUL Hardware Work?# Do Operating System’s Cost Users?# Do They Crash As Hardwares Do?# How Many Type’s Of O.S There?
  • 4. Fluid User Interface Synchronization Social Networking Applications Slim And SleekUser Friendly Affordable Music FEATURES In A Lightweight Portable Camera Operating E-mail Security System Games Movies Back-up Wi-Fi Portability Touch Screen Cloud Storage Internet Connectivity
  • 5. Mobile operating SySteM’S :Android By Google – 56.1% Market Share – 89.9 Million Units Shipped WorldwideiOS By Apple – 22.9% Market Share – 35.1 Million Units Shipped WorldwideWindows 7.5 By Microsoft – 6.9% Market Share – 15.9 Million Units Shipped WorldwideRIM , Symbian , Bada etc. By Blackberry , Nokia , Samsung & Co. , 14.1% Market Share – 14.5 Million Units Shipped Worldwide (Based on Q1 2012)
  • 6. The NEWEST Mobile OS!!! Can It End – The Dominance Of iOS/Android?# Interface• Most Refreshing And Fluid OS in Ages• Home Screen Is Filled With Live Tiles/Updates/Specific Inbox/ Contact/ Hub etc. Windows .5 #Office *Neatly Synced With MS Office *Access To Outlook Email *Sharing Of Files Through SkyDrive#Messaging* This App Combines, SMS + Facebook chat + Windows Live Messenger* Message Thread’s Continue Independent Of The Services We Choose. # Zune # * Biggest Drawback * A Messy & Confusing Software * It’s A Must To Sync And File Transfer In WP7.5
  • 7. An Attempt By Apple To Lead The Mobile OS Market ,,,,, A 1. iMessage 2. Siri * Free SMS & MMS to other iOS Devices *Personnel Voice Assistant * Ability To Continue from All Platforms i.e. iPhone, Mac & iPad iOS 5.0 4. NO PC REQUIRED 3. Advanced Gestures * No Need Of iTunes/ Pc / laptop * Move From App To App With A Simple Swipe Gesture *All Software Update’s & App Installing Will Happen Over The Air. * No Need Of Using Home Button
  • 8. Why Our Project Is Based On Android?Some SMALL Stats ( By Q2 2012) >>> 400 Million Active Devices Approx. 10 Billion Apps Downloaded 600,000 Apps In Android Market 1 Million Devices Activated Daily Google Bought Android For – 50 Million $ & Now Generates – 4 Billion $ PER YEAR! Android Has a 59% Smartphone Market Share Worldwide. All This In Less Than 4 Year’s!!!!!
  • 9. 400 Million Active Android Phones WOR In 4 Year’s!!!!! Slick And Polished,  New Font Multi-tasking-  Slimmer Keyboard WHY?  User friendly Gestures THE BEST OUT THERE  Multifunction Shortcut Tray HOW? Growth Percentage? Net Worth? Better SecurityCustomization-Hardware & Software Hub For Google Service Is It Possible? Investment? Future Scope?
  • 10. Conclusion of 1st Part
  • 11. What Exactly is Android?Android Is An Easy-To-Use Software Stack For Mobile Devices.It Includes, Operating System Middleware ActivityThe Android SDK Also Provides The Tools And APIs Necessary To Develop Applications Onthe Android Platform Using the Java .
  • 12. # Software # Hardware Application Development Framework,  Media support for audio, Enabling Reuse & Replacement of Components. video & still image formats (MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, GIF) Feature’s Of,  GSM Telephony Dalvik virtual machine for Mobile Devices.  Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G, and Wi-Fi Integrated browser, Based On Open Source WebKit Engine  Camera, GPS, compass & accelerometer SQLite For Structured Data Storage
  • 13. LinuxKernelAndroid relies on Linux version 2.6 for core system services such Security Memory Management Process Management Network Stack Driver ModelThe Kernel Also Acts As An Abstraction layer Between The HarAnd The Rest of The Software Stack
  • 14. Android Runtime Every Android application runs in its own process , with its own instance of the DVM (Dalvik Virtual Machine) Dalvik has been written so that a device can run multiple VMs efficiently The Dalvik VM executes files in the Dalvik Executable (.dex) format which is optimized for minimal memory footprint. The Dalvik VM relies on the Linux kernel for underlying functionality such as threading and low-level memory management.
  • 15. But, Where Are The Android Apps & Version’s Developed??? Using Which Language Are They Coded???
  • 16. To #1. Android SDKCreate #2. AVD #3. ADTA #4. EclipseSimple #5. Any Android VersionAndroid App,,,
  • 17. #1 Start The Software Setup Named “sdk-installer”#2 This Start-Up Box Appears >>>>>
  • 18. #3 Sharing Among Users :
  • 19. #4 Installation Folder & Drive : : Start Menu Shortcut’s #5
  • 20. #6 Installation Completion & Launching Of SDK :
  • 21. #7 Downloading & Installation of Android Platform (In SDK Manager)
  • 22. #8 Launching AVD Manager And Setting Up A Virtual Android OS :
  • 23. #9 Start-Up Screen :
  • 24. #10 Home Screen :
  • 25. #11 Installation of Eclipse :(Eclipse Can Either Be Downloaded As a,Software SetupOrAs A Zipped / Archive File)(We Have Used The Archive File During The Installation)Choose OR Create -Destination Folder&Extract Eclipse Into It.
  • 26. #12 Launch Eclipse :
  • 27. Hom Ee Cs O Lc f Ir Pe Se En
  • 28. #13 Installing & Configuring The ADT Plugin of Eclipse :
  • 29. #14 ADD the location of the ADT (In this Project the file was an ARCHIVE FILE)
  • 30. #15 Configuring of ADT (1) #16 Configuring of ADT(2)
  • 31. #16 And Now, The Setting Up Of “Android Sdk” Tools In Eclipse :
  • 32. #17 Starting An Android Project :
  • 33. #18 Naming the Main Activity;
  • 34. #19 Editing the Text of Our App
  • 35. #20 Final Look :
  • 36. Conclusionof2nd Part
  • 37. Release Dates of All the Android Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008
  • 38. 1.Home Screen Widgets 2.The Android App Market Android 1.0 3.Deep,Rich G-Mail Integration 4.The Pull-Down Notification WindowAndroid BY G O O G L E A N e w D a w n I n T h e S ma r t p h o n e O S M H o w H i g h C a n I t R i s e ,,
  • 39. Release Dates of All the Android Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009
  • 40. Google Serves Desert:Cupcake (Android 1.5) O n -S c r e e n K e y b o a r d C l i p b o a r d I mp r o v e me n t s E x t e n s i b l e Wi d g e t s Vi d e o Ca p t u r e An d Pl a y b a c k Meant - The Names Of All Upcoming Versions Would Be Based On “Sweets”(Alphabetically)With Google Getting Serious About Its Ambitions In Smartphone Market, WaS anDroiD “SWeet” enoUgH For WorlDWiDe USer’S,,,
  • 41. Release Dates of All the Android Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009
  • 42. Start Of CDMA Support Quick Search Box Android 1.6 “DonUt” Redesigning of Android MarketResolution Independence (Based on It’s Mascot)
  • 43. Release Dates of All the Android Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012
  • 44. Multiple Account Support Google Map Navigations Live WallpapersSpeech-To-Text Android 2.0/2.1 “Eclair”
  • 45. Redisigned Gallery App Mobile Hotspot SupportUnique Pattern Locking System Five-Panel View Android 2.2 “Froyo”
  • 46. Release Dates of All the Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012#5. Android 2.2 Froyo 20th May 2010#6. Android 2.3 Gingerbread 6th December 2010
  • 47. anDroiD 2.3 “gingerbreaD”Improved NFC- FOR -More AccessGame DevelopersGranularSupportKeyboardCopy & Paste
  • 48. Release Dates of All the Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012#5. Android 2.2 Froyo 20th May 2010#6. Android 2.3 Gingerbread 6th December 2010#7. Android 3.0 Honeycomb 22nd February 2011
  • 49. Better Battery life&App Management Tools CamerasSupport For Front FacingA Move From Green To Blue Accents R.I.P Physical Buttons A Paradigm For App Layout
  • 50. Release Dates of All the Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012#5. Android 2.2 Froyo 20th May 2010#6. Android 2.3 Gingerbread 6th December 2010#7. Android 3.0 Honeycomb 22nd February 2011#8. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 19th October 2011
  • 51. Release Dates of All the Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012#5. Android 2.2 Froyo 20th May 2010#6. Android 2.3 Gingerbread 6th December 2010#7. Android 3.0 Honeycomb 22nd February 2011#8. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 19th October 2011#9. Android 4.1 Jellybean 27th June 2012
  • 52. Google Now Jelly Bean Project Butter Voice Typing and SearchAuto Resize of Widgets
  • 53. Release Dates of All the Versions#1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008#2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009#3. Android 1.6 Donut 5th September 2009#4. Android 2.0/2.1 Éclairs 26th October 2009 / 12th January 2012#5. Android 2.2 Froyo 20th May 2010#6. Android 2.3 Gingerbread 6th December 2010#7. Android 3.0 Honeycomb 22nd February 2011#8. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 19th October 2011#9. Android 4.1 Jellybean 27th June 2012#10. Android 5.0 Key lime Pie RUMOURED – Q1 2013
  • 54. Is This The Future Of Android?
  • 55. Presentation Complete……….