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Beginning Android 4 by Grant Allen

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Part VIII

The Ever-Evolving Android

Chapter 48

Dealing with Devices

Android is open source and made available freely for device manufacturers. Hence, device manufacturers have carte blanche to do what they want with Android as they put it on their devices. This means a breadth of choices for device users, who can choose among Android devices in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. This also means developers have some device differences and idiosyncrasies to take into account.

This chapter will give you some tips and advice for dealing with these device-specific issues, to go along with the screen size material in earlier chapters.

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Originally, the only Android device was the T-Mobile G1. Hence, if ...

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