Google* has recently released “Lollipop”, Version 5.0 of the Android* OS (others may know this OS by its original name, “L-dessert”). Besides significant new features, Lollipop is the first 64-bit capable Android* OS.
Intel understands the importance of this major Android* OS release to our customers, and is making support of this OS a top priority.
Detailed Lollipop Support Information
Lollipop 32-bit apps: At this time, our primary focus is allowing customers to create and debug/analyze 32-bit apps that will run on either L-32 (Lollipop 32-bit OS) or L-64 (Lollipop 64-bit OS), and many of the tools already provide this support. The table below shows which Intel INDE tools support the creation of 32-bit apps on either the L-32 or L-64 platforms.
Lollipop 64-bit apps:
We are updating the Intel INDE components to enable you to create and debug/analyze 64-bit apps — this work is “in progress”.
This article has described how each of the components of the Intel INDE product support the latest Android* OS, Version 5.0 (aka “Lollipop” or “L-dessert”). As new information is available, Intel will update this article to notify you of any changes.
If Lollipop support presents a significant issue for your product development plans, please send us an email or leave us a note at the Intel INDE Support Forum.
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