Android Driver Development Services

Custom Android ROM development. Peripheral integration.
What we do What’s included

What we do

Android, with its powerful GUI framework, Touch framework, and gestures is a great choice for touch-based embedded systems and IoT-focused devices. That is why its popularity has been growing as well as the number of Android-compatible hardware platforms. We offer embedded Android driver development for smart devices to make them work with your custom applications. We provide Android driver development services for multimedia, storage, connectivity, I/O devices, and sensors. With custom drivers, your app will be able to support any hardware profiles and work directly with the Android OS.

What's included?

Our services on driver development for Android include periphery integration for devices based on both operating systems: Android and Android Things. If you need custom firmware for your computing device compatible with Google’s Android platform, we will customize an Android operating system to fit your requirements. With our experience in Android device driver development, we will easily optimize your system by porting it to newer versions.

Peripheral integration

User driver functionality in Android Things enables you to access and control peripheral hardware from the Android Things app. If there isn't an Android Things driver for your peripheral, we will develop it. From Gingerbread to Android P, we build drivers from scratch for all Android versions. As part of Android hardware driver development, we port drivers running on new versions of Android to older devices.

Custom Android ROM development

In the development of device driver for Android, we take all advantages of the Android open-source environment and create custom ROMs to extend device functionality. Custom ROM is a distribution of Android that gives a great opportunity to tailor your device and get the latest OS updates just in time. We can help you develop a custom Android OS image if you want to change the look and feel of your device, improve its performance, or unlock some extra features.

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How we work

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Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of Android driver development.

How are Android drivers different from Linux drivers?

While it's true that Android is based on the Linux kernel, this operating system isn't exactly the same as Linux. There are some API differences in code between Android and Linux kernel drivers. In addition, we use C programming language to write drivers for Linux and Java to write drivers for Android.

Can I use Android for my embedded device?

Absolutely! Especially if your device offers a graphical user interface. Android is a great platform for interface design. We can help you create a custom Android image for your embedded system.

What popular Android ROMs have you worked with?

  • AOSP
  • CyanogenMod
  • MIUI

Can I use the same Android driver with different host devices (SBC)?

Yes, you can. As long as your driver is compatible with the Android OS version and the version of the Linux kernel that Android runs on. If you need our advice or expert opinion, we are ready to help you out and provide a tutorial on the use of Android drivers with different hardware.

What is the main difference between Android and Android Things?

Android Things is a modified version of Android dedicated to IoT and embedded systems development. Android Things is more compact and intended for low-power devices with limited memory. It differs from Android in the number of layouts, features, and libraries. 

We at Integra deliver Android Things projects as part of our device driver development for Android.

I have a Windows application, can you port it to Android?

Yes, that is possible to port your application to another platform. As a first step, we should take a look at the app to see if there is a need for some minor tweaks or complete product redesign.

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