If you already have a Digi Embedded for Android version, go to Update Digi Embedded for Android.

## Install Digi Embedded for Android

If this is the first Digi Embedded for Android 9.0 installation, follow these steps:

1. Set up your environment following the steps at Set up your development computer.

2. Create an installation folder.

The installation folder requires user write permissions. For example, create the directory /usr/local/dea-9.0-r3.

``$sudo install -o <your-user> -g <your-group> -d /usr/local/dea-9.0-r3`` 3. Add execute permission. ``$ chmod +x 81000379_C.bin``
4. Execute the installer.

``$./81000379_C.bin`` 5. Accept the license agreement. The sources are installed inside a directory called dea-9.0-r3. ## Update Digi Embedded for Android  Regardless of your current version, you can only install the new Digi Embedded for Android 9.0-r3 using the source code installer. Follow the steps in Install Digi Embedded for Android to download the new version. Digi eventually will release hotfixes in the form of 9.0-r(x). To advance 9.0-r(x-1) to 9.0-r(x), sync your installation with the HEAD of the release branch: `$ repo sync -c -d --optimized-fetch -j<Number_Of_Jobs>`
 -j argument sets the number of projects to fetch simultaneously. The git servers have a limit on how many connections you can have open at the same time. It may make parallel 'repo sync' fail if '-j' parameter is too high.

You can Subscribe to the dea-manifest GitHub repository to receive Digi Embedded for Android update notifications.

New Digi Embedded for Android releases may include things like:

• Software features

• Bug fixes

• Security fixes

• Updates to machine layers and BSPs