Binary blob contributed to CyanogenMod open source GitHub [open source]

Supporting the open developer community is as always important to us, and our latest contribution available is a binary blob for CyanogenMod (CM) that fixes an audio lib issue recently reported by the community. This patch is now available on a FreeXperia git repository. Read on to learn what it does, and how  Oskar Anderö (in the picture), helped CM with this binary blob. Oskar is a software developer at Sony.

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Binary blob contributed to CyanogenMod open source GitHub [open source]

Get the DASH-presentation from Big Android BBQ [presentation]

Did you attend Big Android BBQ in October? At the event, Oskar Anderö, Senior software architect at Sony, held a presentation about the Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH). This is an open source GitHub project, that we made available earlier this year, which made us the the first manufacturer to release such a sensor framework. For all of you who missed the presentation at Big Android BBQ, or if you want to re-visit it, feel free to download Oskar’s DASH presentation.

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Get the DASH-presentation from Big Android BBQ [presentation]

Sony opens up the Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) – developers can contribute [open source]

We are now releasing a sensor framework, referred to as DASH (Dynamic Android Sensor HAL), as an open source GitHub project. This actually means that we are the first manufacturer to release such a sensor framework. By making this open source, we hope that custom ROM developers will gain a lot from using it, and we also hope to see the community of developers help us improve the framework by contributing back (which we’ve already seen from CyanogenMod team). In this article, Oskar Anderö, a Sony Mobile software engineer, explains how DASH works, and how developers can contribute.

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Sony opens up the Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) – developers can contribute [open source]