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What is Project Treble? The Android upgrade fix explained

2 monthes ago   |   By Computerworld

It's tough to talk about Project Treble without getting lost in a forest of technical gobbledygook. And it's no wonder: Project Treble is Google's ambitious effort to rearchitect Android in order to establish a modular base in which the lower-level code created by silicon vendors is separated from the main Android operating system framework so that device manufacturers can update the OS code without having to rely on silicon vendors to refresh the lower-level code for every release. Whew! See what I mean? In reality, though, Project Treble doesn't have to be so complicated. Let's break...
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