[This is a companion app for Android Things developers who have the NXP i.MX7D board. Visit g.co/dev/androidthings-start to verify or download the latest Android Things build before using Android Thing Toolkit. We plan to add support for additional kits in the future. To learn more about Android Things, visit developer.android.com/things.]

If you are a developer interested in building Internet of Things (IoT) devices, you can easily get started with a compatible hardware kit and the Android Things Toolkit. This app helps you assemble and test your kit in four easy steps.

01 Assemble your kit using step-by-step instructions.
02 Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network.
03 Test hardware peripherals to make sure all parts are working.
04 Run Android Things sample apps to get inspired.

What is Android Things?
Android Things is a secure, flexible platform for building IoT products. In addition to regular security updates from Google, developers can easily integrate their connected devices with popular Google APIs and services, such as the Google Assistant, Google Cloud, and TensorFlow. Make your device move, sense, and speak by using new APIs to control hardware peripherals, such as motors and sensors.

For questions, reach out to Google’s IoT Developer Community: g.co/iotdev
From version Android Things Toolkit 2.0.196028883:
• New Apps tab - View, run and stop Android Things sample apps or your own sideloaded apps.
• Updated setup - Enter your device code to help pair your device to your mobile phone.
• Bug fixes and improvements
All versions