All Active Projects
The 2net Hub is an FDA-listed, compact “plug-and-play” gateway that supports Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, WiFi, and ANT+ local area radio protocols. This project contains the patches to Linux kernel and Android to support the M2M connectivity of the Qualcomm 2net platform.
The Android for MSM project allows users to build an Android based platform containing additional enhancements for Qualcomm chipsets. The platform uses Google's Android Linux implementation and tools.
The following kernel-mode device drivers used by the Bluetopia Bluetooth stack:
SS1BTUSBM - HCI interface to USB-based Bluetooth radios
SS1VNETM - Virtual network adapter interface
SS1VSERM - Virtual TTY device
Add beautification function and change the original UI in SnapdragonCamera, add beautification function in the original Gallery.
This version of the Chromium browser project aims to provide a Snapdragon-optimized environment for web developers and embedders.
The Chromium OS for MSM project is a collection point for open source downloads, patches, and other materials to support deployment of Chromium OS on the Qualcomm MSM family of devices. This project also includes patches for generic performance enhancements to V8 and the Chromium browser.
Fusiv Gateway Software is to enable ADSL/VDSL/Ethernet WAN based routers which is based on OpenWrt framework to support major features like xDSL, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi, USB, SATA, IPsec and Voice etc., over different QCA/Ikanos network processing chipsets.
The FSM9xxx femtocell family of products supports the latest 3GPP and 3GPP2 standards. The Femto Linux project provides a headless GNU/Linux User Interface using PTXDist as the build environment to support the FSM9xxx devices.
The Firefox OS for MSM project allows users to build a Firefox OS-based platform containing additional enhancements for Qualcomm chipsets. This project provides HW support and the manifest(s) required to integrate the HW support with the upstream Firefox OS project.