Native apps on Android FreeRunner

Jean-Michel Bouffard jean-michel.bouffard at
Wed Nov 26 21:09:26 CET 2008

Quoting Holger Freyther <zecke at>:

> On Wednesday 26 November 2008 17:34:39 Jean-Michel Bouffard wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I don't know if I'm on the right list but I'm trying to build native
>> applications for Android on the FreeRunner.
>> I found a procedure and it works for the hello world example but I
>> wanted to build busybox to get a little more control from the shell in
>> Android but the resulting binary is not working on the phone.
>> This is the procedure I followed:
> Did you use the harry potter toolchain (code sourcery)? If you did, what is
> the default instruction set it is generating code for?
> So the first step:
> 	- Verify that you compile for armv4t
> z.
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Yes I used the toolchain from code sourcery with the following  
LDFLAGS: "-march=armv4t -mtune=arm920t". These are the same that are  
used by OpenEmbedded when I build applications for OM2008.x with the  
mokomakefile. I tried the hello world application with the same flags  
and it was working on the phone.


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