Access Linux Platform

The Access Linux Platform ( ALP) is a Linux-based operating system for PDAs. It was developed as a successor to Palm OS from Access.


The Access Linux Platform was announced in February 2006. The first version of the platform and the software development kit was released in February 2007. For 2009, the Edelweiss Smartphone Emblaze Mobile and the monolith Smartphone from Sharp in collaboration with Emblaze Mobile and seven other partners were announced.

In November 2009, the First Else device was introduced that did not appear for lack of partners for commercialization.


On PDAs with Access Linux Platform enables Java programs, Palm OS applications, and running on GTK based Linux applications. The ALP is compatible with LiMo.