14/07/2014 - Android 4.4.4_r1 index added

Index for Android 4.4.4_r1 is up. Check it out here.

06/06/2014 - Android 4.4.3_r1.1 index added

Index for Android 4.4.3_r1.1 is up. Check it out here.

25/03/2014 - Android 4.4.2_r2 index added

Index for Android 4.4.2_r2 is up as requested by the community. Check it out here.

08/01/2014 - Android 4.4.2 index added

Index for Android 4.4.2_r1 is up. Check it out here.

01/11/2013 - Android 4.4 index added

Android 4.4 has just been announced and we got its index up and running. Check it out here.

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem.

31/10/2013 - Android 2.3.7 index added

Another request from the community was added to the index list: Gingerbread 2.3.7

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem.

30/09/2013 - Android 4.0.3 index added

Hello there!

I got a request for indexing 4.0.3, so here is the new index.

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem.

25/07/2013 - Android 4.3 index added

Hello Android Hackers,

Android 4.3 has just been officially announced yesterday and we already got an index for it up and running.

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem.

22/04/2013 - New index added.

The cross-reference for Jelly Bean 4.1.2 has been added due to community request.

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem with the new index.

15/02/2013 - New index up

Cross-Reference for Jelly Bean 4.2.2 is up and running as per community request.

As always, let me know if you encounter any problem with the new index.

06/02/2013 - We are on XDA-Developers

This morning i had the pleasant surprise to see AndroidXRef (and it's logo) featuread as the first article in XDA-Developers website. It's great to know AndroidXRef is being useful for us Android Developers.

You can peek the article at XDA's website in here: Browse and Search the AOSP, Linux, and CM Sources Online

21/11 - Getting to the Core

I got some email requests a while ago asking if i could provide the Index for the Android branch of the Linux Kernel. So here we have it! The index is available for the Kernel version 2.6.39, 3.0, 3.3 and 3.4.

Besides the kernel indexes, Android 4.2 (The new version of Jelly Bean) also gets a new index.

22/08 - Going Old

… and we are going Old, but in a good way! :)

The cross reference for Froyo (2.2), Eclair(2.1) and Donut(1.6) are up and running. Please let me kown if you have any issue with the new xrefs.

18/07 - Jelly Bean and more

Hello Android Hacker,

Our Jelly Bean index is finally up and running! Not only that, I’ve finished moving all the indexes to our new dedicated server, so everything should be much smoother now.

This new server is much bigger than our previous ones, so it will be able to serve other android versions as well. I would like to hear from you what to add next. Froyo? Kernel? Drop me an email at contact{at} with your suggestion.

13/07 - New Server

Awesome news! We just got a brand new dedicated server! =) No more memory issues, no more HD issues (Or so I hope…)! This is much more expensive than our previous solution, but the change was needed.

I am moving the repos to the new server, starting with a brand new index of Android Jelly Bean (4.1). As soon as all the indexes are ready, I’m moving the website to the new server. The one in linode will remais for a while as a backup.

28/06 - New website

Hello Android Hackers,

We got a brand new Homepage for AndroidXRef project. I hope you like your new face. Do you have any suggestion about how it can be improved? Please, drop me an email. =)

27/06 - Sync issue with 4.0.4

There was an issue with the 4.0.4 index that was pointing some references to the 2.3.6 branch. It was a side effect of some new index options I was trying in the server to optimize the index. The index was re-generated, so all those sync issues should be fixed.

13/06 - Indexes are back online

After some downtime due to problems with our old provider, AndroidXRef is back online along with the cross-reference for Android 2.3.6 and 4.0.4.

10/06 - We are not gone!

Dear Android Hacker,

Fear not! AndroidXRef is not going anywhere. This is just another episode of our battle to keep android source code available for everybody. Our old host provider was sold to another company and the service was terminated without notice.

I decided it is about time to put some extra bucks into the project, and I’m moving to Linode, which i expect to be more stable than the cheap hosts that were running AndroidXRef.

The index should be back online in a few days with some extra resources and now in Beta stage.

Thanks for all the support.