Welcome to MIPSAndroid, your source for the MIPS32® port of the Android™ platform, complete with source code, reference binary, documentation and development tools.
Register to join the growing community developing around Android on MIPS.
Note: After completing the registration form, site access approval may take up to 48 hours. You will receive an email when access is available.
Access to MIPSAndroid source code is publically available via repo/git. It's recommended that you:
- Start with the instructions provided from the MIPS-Android project area wiki
- Seek help by posting questions to the MIPS-Android project area forum
Vendors' Specific Repositories¶
In addition to the public repository, MIPSAndroid also hosts vendor-specific ssh-secured repositories and project areas for MIPS Technologies, Netlogic Microsystems (formerly RMI), Sigma Designs, and others (which have not been officially announced). These repositories serve as staging areas for early users, or to host vendor-proprietary implementations.
Access to such vendor-specific projects and repositories should be requested from the marketing contacts of the specific vendors.
Except for the Linux kernel and several LGPL components, Android is licensed under the APL (Apache Software License). This allows vendors and developers to create value-add extensions for Android without being subjected to the open-source license.
In this spirit, MIPSANDROID aims at providing its users with the means to access and share information with others while protecting proprietary interests, as follows: read more...
MIPS-Android-public (04/11/2010 08:46 PM)
Gingerbread port for MIPS is now available. To download:
% repo init -u git://public.mipsandroid.com/mips/platform/manifest -b mips-gingerbread-r1 % repo sync
MIPS NDK r5b for Linux and Windows hosts is available. To download: