If the apk is not available for download yet, you can build it yourself with the fix from here.
Step 1 - Grab the source from svn -
svn checkout http://azilink.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ azilink-read-only
Step 2 - Update the UdpDriver.java per this azilink issue.
Step 3 - Build and install the apk
# this will give you a build.xml file
android update project --target 2 --path /path/to/your/azilinkdownload/
# after plugging in your device and from your azilink project directory
ant debug install
Step 4 - Install Open VPN
sudo apt-get install openvpn
Step 5 - Grab the azilnk.ovpn file from the downloads section.
Place somewhere you won't lose it.
Step 6 - Copy this resolv.azilink file to the same place as the azilink.ovpn
Step 7 - Copy this azilink script to somewhere you can get to it
Step 8 - Start azilink on your phone.
Step 9 - Run the script from step 7.
Did you install the Android SDK / JDK, etc? If not, start here - http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html.
If you're running 64-bit like me, make sure to install the ia32-libs, since the SDK is 32-bit.
This is completely based on the Hello Android tutorial - I didn't really do a whole lot, but the hope is that this will help get some more ruby devs into android development with a simple how-to.
Step 1 - Setup RVM with jruby
Note: RVM is awesome, if you don't use it or don't know about it - read more here.
rvm install jruby
# using your .rvmrc will trigger `rvm use jruby` when you cd into your project dir.
echo "rvm use jruby" > .rvmrc
# this will make sure your .rvmrc is working, you should then be able
# to use rvm info and see jruby
Step 2 - Install the mirah and pindah gems
# too easy
gem install mirah pindah
Step 3 - Create your first pindah app
pindah create com.example.android.hello_world
Step 4 - Create your activity - HelloAndroid.mirah
# from your project dir and inside your pindah app dir
This is the code I used:
Step 5 - Setup your AndroidManifest.xml file
This is where you define your app, version, name, etc, but more importantly for this example - what activity will handle your main intent.
Mine looks like this:
Step 6 - Install to your device
# make sure a device is recognized ...
# and make sure adb is in your path (platform-tools in the SDK)