Unaltered, Prebuilt GCC and Linaro Toolchains to build your Custom ROM/Kernel

Unaltered, Prebuilt GCC and Linaro Toolchains to build your Custom ROM/Kernel

Basically, a toolchain is a bunch of development tools used in a chain (the output of one tool feeds into the input for the next tool, hence a toolchain), usually in order to compile source code (such as ROMs or kernels). Developers often use modified toolchains that can include optimizations for specific architectures focusing on performance or stability. However, some developers may not want to use some of the highly modified toolchains.

To that end, XDA Recognized Developer and Forum Moderator The Flash is posting regularly updated prebuilt, unaltered GCC and Linaro toolchains that are built and tested on Arch Linux and Ubuntu 17.04.


Check out the GCC and Linaro Prebuilt Toolchains

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Mishaal Rahman
Mishaal Rahman

I am the former Editor-in-chief of XDA. In addition to breaking news on the Android OS and mobile devices, I used to manage all editorial and reviews content on the Portal.