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Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 2

Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 2

With embedded systems security such a hot topic right now, we’re looking at the secure boot on the iMX6, one of electronics’ most popular processors. Part one was really an introduction to the secure boot process, examining it in detail. Here, in the second instalment of our 3-part series, we cover managing the hardware, the […]
Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 1

Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 1

With the proliferation of IoT – spanning just about everything from smart cities to wireless jewellery – the need to prioritise security in secure embedded systems has never been greater. The secure boot process is one of the foundation stones of software development best practice. It’s a complex, necessary part of your application’s anti-malware fortress. […]
Top 5 Tips For Developing Secure Android Applications

Top 5 Tips For Developing Secure Android Applications

These days, developing secure Android applications is more important than ever before. Android now commands 76% of the smartphone market in the EU5¹, 67% in the US and nearly 80% in China, according to latest figures². With numbers like that, it’s no wonder the Android application development gold rush is continuing; nearly a quarter of […]
World’s 1st Dog Translation App: DingoLingo by ByteSnap

World’s 1st Dog Translation App: DingoLingo by ByteSnap

Here at ByteSnap Design, we are excited to have taken the bond between Man and Dog to an unprecedented level, with our new, groundbreaking Android app: DingoLingo. We believe our DingoLingo dog translation app is a world first.  It follows extensive work and research, and is the brainchild of our Director – and resident dog […]
Install Android 4.4 with Play Store on Wandboard in 7 Steps

Install Android 4.4 with Play Store on Wandboard in 7 Steps

Happy New Year! The Wandboard is a really great imx6 development system that allows easy comparison of the performance of three of the processor variants. Here is a guide on how to get it up and running with Android KitKat. For this (apart from your Wandboard!), you’ll need a PC running Linux, and a micro […]