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Android

  1. 1. Technological Growth (1981 to 2012) A Desktop In 1981 (IBM-5150) A PC In 1998 (Fujitsu – 17) So, What Was Next For Technological Innovator's Laptop (Hp – Armstrong) ?????? Laptop in 2008 (MacBook Pro ‘08)
  2. 2. The Next Breath-Taking Innovation Was,,, Smart Phones Tablets Samsung Galaxy S3 Apple ipad 3
  3. 3. ???????????????? Can All This Technological Growth Be Due To The Advancement' HARDWARE 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 Hardware's Do? # How Many Type’s Of O.S There?
  4. 4. Fluid User Interface Synchronization Social Networking Applications Slim And Sleek User Friendly Music Camera Security Affordable FEATURES In A Portable Operating System Lightweight E-mail Games Back-up Movies Wi-Fi Portability Touch Screen Cloud Storage Internet Connectivity
  5. 5. Mobile operating SySteM’S : Android By Google – 56.1% Market Share – 89.9 Million Units Shipped Worldwide iOS By Apple – 22.9% Market Share – 35.1 Million Units Shipped Worldwide Windows 7.5 By Microsoft – 6.9% Market Share – 15.9 Million Units Shipped Worldwide RIM , Symbian , Bada etc. By Blackberry , Nokia , Samsung & Co. , 14.1% Market Share – 14.5 Million Units Shipped Worldwide (Based on Q1 2012)
  6. 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. 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. 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. 9. 400 Million Active Android Phones WOR In 4 Year’s!!!!! Slick And Polished,  New Font  User friendly Gestures WHY  Slimmer Keyboard  Multifunction Shortcut Tray ? Multi-taskingTHE BEST OUT THERE HOW? Growth Percentage? Net Worth? Better Security CustomizationHardware & Software Is It Possible? Hub For Google Service Investment? Future Scope?
  10. 10. Conclusion of 1st Part
  11. 11. What Exactly is Android? Android Is An Easy-To-Use Software Stack For Mobile Devices. It Includes,  Operating System  Middleware  Activity The Android SDK Also Provides The Tools And APIs Necessary To Develop Applications On the Android Platform Using the Java .
  12. 12. # Software  # Hardware  Media support for audio, video & still image formats (MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, GIF)  GSM Telephony  Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G, and Wi-Fi  Application Development Framework, Enabling Reuse & Replacement of Components. Camera, GPS, compass & accelerometer Feature’s Of,    Dalvik virtual machine for Mobile Devices. Integrated browser, Based On Open Source WebKit Engine SQLite For Structured Data Storage
  13. 13. Linux Android relies on Linux version 2.6 for core system services such Kernel  Security     Memory Management Process Management Network Stack Driver Model The Kernel Also Acts As An Abstraction layer Between The Har And The Rest of The Software Stack
  14. 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. 15. But, Where Are The Android Apps & Version’s Developed??? Using Which Language Are They Coded???
  16. 16. To #1. Android SDK #2. AVD Create #3. ADT A #4. Eclipse #5. Any Android Version Simple Android App,,,
  17. 17. #1 Start The Software Setup Named “sdk-installer” #2 This Start-Up Box Appears >>>>>
  18. 18. #3 Sharing Among Users :
  19. 19. #4 Installation Folder & Drive : : Start Menu Shortcut’s #5
  20. 20. #6 Installation Completion & Launching Of SDK :
  21. 21. #7 Downloading & Installation of Android Platform (In SDK Manager)
  22. 22. #8 Launching AVD Manager And Setting Up A Virtual Android OS :
  23. 23. #9 Start-Up Screen :
  24. 24. #10 Home Screen :
  25. 25. #11 Installation of Eclipse : (Eclipse Can Either Be Downloaded As a, Software Setup Or As A Zipped / Archive File) (We Have Used The Archive File During The Installation) Choose OR Create -Destination Folder & Extract Eclipse Into It.
  26. 26. #12 Launch Eclipse :
  27. 27. H o E m C e s O L c f I P r S e E e n
  28. 28. #13 Installing & Configuring The ADT Plugin of Eclipse :
  29. 29. #14 ADD the location of the ADT (In this Project the file was an ARCHIVE FILE)
  30. 30. #15 Configuring of ADT (1) #16 Configuring of ADT(2)
  31. 31. #16 And Now, The Setting Up Of “Android Sdk” Tools In Eclipse :
  32. 32. #17 Starting An Android Project :
  33. 33. #18 Naming the Main Activity;
  34. 34. #19 Editing the Text of Our App
  35. 35. #20 Final Look :
  36. 36. Conclusion of 2nd Part
  37. 37. Release Dates of All the Android Versions #1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008
  38. 38. 1.Home Screen Widgets 2.The Android App Market Android 1.0 3.Deep,Rich G-Mail Integration 4.The Pull-Down Notification Window Android 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. 39. Release Dates of All the Android Versions #1. Android 1.0 23rd September 2008 #2. Android 1.5 Cupcake 30th April 2009
  40. 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. 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. 42. Start Of CDMA Support Quick Search Box Android 1.6 “DonUt” Resolution Independence Redesigning of Android Market (Based on It’s Mascot)
  43. 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. 44. Google Map Navigations Multiple Account Support Live Wallpapers Speech-To-Text Android 2.0/2.1 “Eclair”
  45. 45. Redisigned Gallery App Mobile Hotspot Support Five-Panel View Unique Pattern Locking System Android 2.2 “Froyo”
  46. 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. 47. anDroiD 2.3 “gingerbreaD” Improved NFC - FOR More Access Game Developers Granular Support Keyboard Copy & Paste
  48. 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 #7. Android 3.0 Honeycomb 6th December 2010 22nd February 2011
  49. 49. Better Battery life & App Management Tools Cameras Support For Front Facing A Move From Green To Blue Accents R.I.P Physical Buttons A Paradigm For App Layout
  50. 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. 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. 52. Google Now Jelly Bean Project Butter Voice Typing and Search Auto Resize of Widgets
  53. 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. 54. Is This The Future Of Android?
  55. 55. Presentation Complete……….

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