SPRACO0 August   2019 AM6526 , AM6528 , AM6546 , AM6548


  1.   Enabling Android Automotive on Your TI Development Board
    1.     Trademarks
    2. Introduction
    3. Implementation
      1. 2.1 Prerequisites
      2. 2.2 Software Changes
    4. Deploy Instructions
      1. 3.1 Build Instructions
      2. 3.2 Boot Instructions
    5. Testing
      1. 4.1 Prerequisites/Setup for Automotive Testing
        1. 4.1.1 Compatibility Test Suite (CTS)
        2. 4.1.2 Vendor Test Suite (VTS)
      2. 4.2 Automotive Testing
        1. 4.2.1 Compatibility Test Suite (CTS)
        2. 4.2.2 Vendor Test Suite (VTS)
    6. Open Source
    7. Extending to a New Platform
    8. Known Bugs
    9. Future Work
    10. FAQ
    11. 10 References

Enabling Android Automotive on Your TI Development Board

This application report walks you through the steps necessary to enable Android™ Automotive on your TI development board.

The Android Automotive OS and Human-Machine Interface (HMI) provide users with a simplified interface for accessing applications while on the road. The OS is an Android-based infotainment system that allows for a vehicle-optimized, stand-alone Android device to be placed inside the head unit. In place of the phone apps, users install driver-optimized versions of the app directly onto the console. This streamlined experience enables the driver to perform efficient tasks, such as climate control, maps, phone, audio, and so forth, in the convenience of their vehicle.