You can download the Android SDK bundled with eclipse for a windows operating system from here.

     Android Apps
Dalvik VM
Android kernel

Hardware abstraction Layer: display, touch input, network, powerm storage
IPC: interprocess communication. shared object life cycle
yet another file system

Android java virtual machine: Dalvik on top of the Android kernel
JVM compatible bytecode (.class), dalvik executable (.dex) run by Dalvik VM

Libraries: C library (libC) freetype (rendering text to bitmap), SQLite (DB) OpenGL(2D/3D rendering using hardware accelation if available), LibWebCore (a WebKit based browser engine which can be embeded as a web view within user interfaces of other applications. it is used in the develpment of the stock android browser) Andoid media libraries

Apps framework:
view manager: user interfaces,
content provider: resources storastio nand sharing
notification manager: API
NoticficationManager class: place icon on status bar(clickable, register executable actions), turn back light on, vibrate, play sounds
identify location
register location-based triggers that are called in proximity
input method service: your own keyboard, any custom buttons, pen inputs, etc. the input is then converted into text and passed to the taget UI elements
telephony manager
Apps can subscribeto telephony state changes
Utilities: PhoneNumberUtils, PhonenumberFormattingTextWatcher (format phone numbers from around the world)
power manager
PowerManager.WakeLock forces devices to remain on.
Disable lock as son as possible.
by definition everything is powering down to save energy
Resource Manager Framework
Decouples static resources and device specifics from apps
    layout, animation, strings, sounds, images, etc.
    To access resource: <packagename>.R.<resourcetype>.<resourcename>               R=Resurcemanagerclass, resourcetype is pre defined
text subview, rectangle, subview with text and icons,
View class -> ViewGroup class

Activity(action)      Service      Content Provider(data)      Broadcast Receiver(action)
                                    intent(interaction among above)
Activity class
one activity per UI
Can call other activity of another app
email app asks a pdf viewer app to view a pdf attachment via Intent communication

an object: intended request + parameters
intent i = new intent(FirstActivity.class, SecondActivity.class);
Explicit intents: run various internal activities whie user is interacting
implicit intent: only enough info for system to etermine which component is better to receive th eintent or which activity should be started to receive the intent (requires intent filters)

Action: A String naming the action to be performed
 constant target component
 action description
 ACTION_CLASS activity 
  ACTION_EDIT activity 
  ACTION_MAIN activity 
  ACTION_SYNC activity 
broadcast receiver

Category: A String containing additional info about the kind of comonent thatshoild handle the intent
 CATEGORY_BROWSABLE target category invoked by the browser to display data

Parameters (Data): URI of data and MIME type

iNTENT Filter

which implicit intents they can handle, activities, services, broadcast receivers
Android system itself utilizes intent filters to

unlike activities, services are used for background, UI-less task that do not require user interaction
service class
background mp3 player
profiler that tells you which apps are more power hungry
similar to activity start service use intents
should be declared in the AndroidManifest.xml
startService() to start it in your own app
bindService() start a service in another app
bound services are servers in client-server interaction scenario

services run in the main thread of the hosting process, usuallyly start a thread and bind in that thread.
cpu intevsive mp3 playback, or network block etc.

Content Provider
sharable content
app packages data as content providershare data with other apps via ContentResolver interface
e.g. contacts are stored as content providers so taht they are accessible by others

responding to system wide broadcast announcements
devicebattery status, camera just captured an image
each broadcast is represented as an intent object , it is an implicit intent

Dalvik Debug monitor service DDMS graphical information of running threads and calls stack
Android debug bridge adb : debug on actual device tethered aconnected by wire or an emulator
   device | adb | DDMS, eclipse plugin, etc.
TraceView tool: graphical iew of app executiin log