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Linux is a flexible platform that is relatively easy to port to various hardware architectures. What Linux brings to Android is a level of hardware abstraction. Because Android is based on the Linux kernel, we don’t have to worry too much about underlying hardware features. Most low-level parts of Linux have been written in fairly portable C code, which allows for third parties to port Android to a variety of devices.


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