I'm looking to develop using high-volume, price-sensitive (<$70) Android tablets for a specific application. <span style="font-size: 13.3333px;">I'm currently evaluating various options, including those using Intel processors, and I would like to know what the process is to build custom Android ROMs using Intel Atom (x3-C3130's). I do not plan on developing the hardware from scratch at this point (repurposed Android tablets from Alibaba are preferred), but security is still a concern for this project. So far I've tried Allwinner A33 boards and have disliked its closed-source/badly documented/black-boxed process. If I had, for example, a Teclast X70 or a similar Intel reference tablet, how much leeway would I have developing for it? Would this depend on the motherboard and OEM?
If there's a better forum for this than Embedded, let me know, but I'm still hoping someone can point me to specific resources.
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The information that may help you can be found at the http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/product-briefs/atom-x3-c3000-brief.pdf Intel(R) Atom(TM) x3 Processor Series Product Brief.
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