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The filenames we use contain some important information about what all is included in the builds.
This will be Bliss OS 11.x or 14.x, depending on what version of Android we are compiling.
x86/x86_64 :- Device Type 32bit/64bit
This will be the julian date-time from when the compile started.
Kernel & Mesa:
_k-xxxxx :- Kernel Branch - ex: k-kernel-5.4
_m-xxxxx :- Mesa Branch - ex: m-r-x86 (r/r-x86 means stock Mesa branch in current manifest)
Stock - Normally barebones, minimal apps added. Perfect for product testing FOSS - Includes Free and Open Source app store solutions Gapps/GMS - Includes Google Play Services
foss/gms/emugapps :- Apps Type
Sometimes we will include extras into the builds, and that identifier will show in the last section.
Our Native-Bridge variations are also added to this section.
houdini/libvndk :- Native-Bridge Type
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