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History of Android

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History of Android
Android is based on Linux.
First Android was introduced: 30th April 2009
First mobile with Android was introduced: 23rd September 2003
Android
1.5 Cupcake

Android 1.6 Donut
Android 2.0/2.1 Eclair
Android 2.2 Froyo
30th April 2009 has been released update to Android 1.5 (Cupcake). [6] Update adds several new features:

-Ability to record and watch videos from the camera.

-Uploading videos to YouTube and pictures to Picasa directly from the phone.

-The new software keyboard with auto-completion of words.

-Bluetooth - A2DP support.

-Ability to automatically connect to a Bluetooth headset.
-New widgets and folders.

-Animation when switching between screens.


-Ability to automatically connect to a Bluetooth headset.

-New widgets and folders.

-Animation when switching between screens.

-Extended functions copy and Inserts
T-Mobile G1
Android 2.3/2.4 Gingerbread
Android 3.0/3.1/3.2 Honeycomb
Android 4.0/4.0.4 IceCreamSandwich
Android 4.1/4.2/4.3 JellyBean
Android 4.4 KitKat
15th September 2009 was released 1.6 (Donut) SDK. Changes:
-Improved Android Market.

-New environments camera, camcorder, and gallery.

-Gallery allows you to select multiple photos for deletion.

-Updated voice search.

-Quick Search Box - allows you to search bookmarks, history, contacts, and the web from the home screen.

-Support for CDMA / EV-DO, 802.1x, VPN, Gestures and speech synthesis.

-Support for WVGA resolution display.

-Improved search speed and the camera.
26th October 2009 was released 2.0 (Eclair) SDK. Changes include:
-Optimized hardware speed.

-Support for multiple screen sizes and resolutions.

-Improved user interface.

-New environments and browsers support HTML5.

-New contact list.

-Google Maps updated to 3.1.2.

-Support for Microsoft Exchange.

-Support flash function.
-Digital zoom (camera).

-Improved software keyboard.

-Support for Bluetooth 2.1

-Animated wallpaper on the home page.

-2.0.1 SDK was released on 3 December 2009.

-2.1 SDK was released on 12 January 2010.
20th May 2010 at the conference Google I / O was introduced Android 2.2 It adds new technology and user interface features:
-Ability to install applications on the memory card.

-Adobe has released Adobe Flash plugin 1.10 Not integrated into the system, distribution is handled through the Android Market or via the Adobe website.

-Thanks compiler JIT (Just-in-time) managed to increase the speed of the various benchmarks 2 × to 5 ×. In addition, improved memory management RAM.

-The ability to create a phone WiFi hotspot or share an Internet connection via USB cable.
-Two new modes phone - "car mode" and "night mode" (in the car and night mode).

-More camera and camcorder settings.
Added support for OpenGL ES 2.0, multicolored trackball, improved support for Exchange, Bluetooth, and added another layer of developer API.
6th December 2010 was launched version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
-Support video format WebM for HTML5 video

-Support for Near Field Communication standard, which today support some mobile phones

-SIP protocol support for SIP telephony

-Better management of resources

-Adjusted virtual keyboard

-Improved copy and paste function

-Support for multiple cameras and new sensors
-New Google Maps 5 with 3D approach (Available through the market for all Android versions)

-Extending support for native code

22nd February 2011 was introduced Honeycomb
-Optimization for large screen tablets

-The new design

-Adjusted multitasking

-Accessing Google eBooks

-The new browser

-Video calling through Google Talk

-USB Host





Introduced on the 19th October 2011

-Unlocking the phone face

-The redesigned launcher

-Improved contact manager

-Android Beam

-Improved voice recognition

-Indicator data transferred

-Capturing panoramas

Introduced on the 19th October 2011

-Unlocking the phone face

-The redesigned launcher

-Improved contact manager

-Android Beam

-Improved voice recognition

-Indicator data transferred

-Capturing panoramas





-Introduction of the third September 2013 on Google Plus
Android 5.0 LimePie ?
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