Here are some "getting started" tutorials for Android and Android development:
- Simple HOWTO building some linux apps and libraries from scratch on
- Contains instructions for building add-ons like busybox, jupp (text editor), libFLAC, xvid, nmap and dropbear
- From Unboxing Panda to Building and Loading an
- Contains instructions for unboxing Panda, the hardware needed, where to get a pre-built Panda build, how to program it, how to install the Android tools and how to build and install the app on Panda. Also includes a link to the demo app, "DisableSuspend." This tutorial features builds from http://www.linaro.org, an industry consortium for improving ARM upstream support. It contains every step needed in one place.
- 1 YouTube AndroidDevelopers channel
- 2 Karim Yaghmour presentations
- 3 Michael Haim presentations
- 4 Free Electrons Android Courseware
YouTube AndroidDevelopers channel
There are numerous videos (including tutorials) at the Android Developers channel on YouTube.
Karim Yaghmour presentations
- Android Internals - Karim's presentations at Android Builders Summit 2011
- Porting Android to New Hardware - Karim's presentations at Android Builders Summit 2011
- Android For Embedded Linux Developers - Karim's presentation at AnDevCon 2011
- Understanding the Android System Server - Karim's presentation at AnDevCon 2011
Click on the "Courseware" thumbnail on the class page:
Michael Haim presentations
Also, Michael Haim has produced a large number of useful presentations about Android topics. These are available at: http://www.abelski.com/
You need to create an account to use these resources, but they are free for personal and academic use.
There are presenations available in the following categories:
- Android Fundamentals
- Android Workshops
- App Widgets Development
- Effective Programming
- Android Testing
- The Android Internals
Free Electrons Android Courseware
Free Electrons has released their complete Android training materials, under the usual Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license: http://free-electrons.com/blog/free-android-training-materials/ . It contains more than 400 pages of slides and practical labs.
There's a public git tree and a LaTeX source format making it easy to adapt the materials to your needs (if you are a trainer), to translate them and to contribute to them.