Accessing TomTom IndiGO SDK Example Sources

The example sources that come with the TomTom IndiGO platform contain the source code that goes with the tutorials, to get you started with developing for TomTom IndiGO. The applications also allow you to verify your build environment by making sure Gradle can build a TomTom IndiGO example APK and install it on an emulator.

Note: When you decide to store (parts of) the SDK in a repository, please make sure that it is not publicly accessible.

Note: The TomTom IndiGO SDK will soon be delivered through GitHub instead of Nexus. If you have received the GitHub credentials, please follow the steps described for accessing the TomTom IndiGO SDK through GitHub. Otherwise, please follow the instructions below.

Accessing the TomTom IndiGO SDK Example Sources through Nexus

When you provided the signed Evaluation Agreement, you would have received the credentials to access our TomTom IndiGO Nexus repository.

The TomTom IndiGO SDK Example Sources and APKs can be found on Nexus.

After logging in to Nexus with your repository credentials, you can find the SDK versions under com/tomtom/indigo/tomtom-indigo-sdk:

  • Find the relevant version of the tomtom-indigo-sdk.
  • Click on the + icon to the left of this version to open its folder.
  • Click on the tomtom-indigo-sdk-<version>.tar.gz file to see its details in the panel on the right.
  • Click the Path link in the panel on the right to start downloading the zip.

Accessing the TomTom IndiGO SDK Example Sources through GitHub

The latest example sources for the TomTom IndiGO platform can be downloaded from GitHub:

Run the following command to clone the sources:

git clone

To see the latest version of the sources, check out the main branch:

git checkout main

The source is tagged for each release of the SDK. To see the source specific to a version, run the following command:

git checkout tags/<sdk-version>

Next step: Accessing the Artifact repository.