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 Title & Authors
Implementation of Device Driver for Virtual Machine Based-on Android
Kim, Ho-Sung; Seo, Jong-Kyoun; Park, Han-Su; Jung, Hoe-Kyung;
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 Abstract
The amount of smart phones has increased exponentially. Due to the periodic release of high-performance smart phones and upgraded operating system, new smart phones become out-dated over 1 or 2 years. In order to solve environmental constraints of these smart phones, virtualization technology using Thin-Client terminal has been developed. However, in the case of Virtual Machine(VM), the applications associated with sensors and a GPS device can not run because they are not included. In this paper, by implementing the device driver for Android running in a virtual machine in the x86-based systems, it is to provide Android virtualization capabilities such as using the latest smart phones in the virtual machine environment. It would like to propose a method that the virtual device driver receives sensors and GPS information from the old Android smart phones(Thin-Client) that actually work and run as if the real device exists.
 Keywords
Virtual Device Driver;Virtual Machine;Sensor;Android;GPS;
 Language
Korean
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