Freely available (GPLv3) xml files for the identification of Android devices.
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README.md

Android-Device-ID Project

The Android-Device-ID Project intends to provide freely available (GPLv3) XML files for the identification of Android devices.

Contribution

There are three main ways to contribute to the project:

Option 1:

  1. Fork the code.
  2. Fill in any missing devices entries you can provide; these must come from either a stock device or a stock build.prop.
  3. Submit a pull request.

Option 2:

Submit a new issue with at least the following:

  • ro.product.model
  • ro.product.brand
  • ro.product.name
  • ro.product.device
  • ro.product.board

When you go this route, please submit a new issue for each device, with the name of the issue being the device these parameters are for.

Option 3:

Download 0xD34D's OpenBuildProp application, run on a stock device & submit the build.prop. Once the build.prop is submitted, you can uninstall the application.

The source of this application can be found here.

Additional Notes When Contributing

  • Use the exact values that are contained in the build.prop properties.
  • All indentations should be 4 spaces, not a tab.
  • If a device has more than one common name (happens often with HTC), use the most common name.
  • If there are multiple different variants of the ro. values, make a new device entry for each one, and note the conflicts in the description.
  • Only submit complete device entries.
  • If a new manufacture is added to the project, please have the filename in upper case, with a lower case file extension.

Special Thanks to all contributors:

Adam Lange, Anup Cowkur, Gunther ART, Markus Guidry, Itzael Martinez, Jacob Soo, Shen Ye, adumont, uberlaggydarwin, civicsiracer06, pylerSM