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as a Software Engineer what should exactly do?

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From past 3 years i study java programming & work as Software Engineer in Electronics/Embedded company.
Done 2 projects also which implemented very satisfactorily at customer side.
Now suddenly Android Development start.
I study how to write/debug Android app with Android Studio, Eclipse.
But as part of Embedded company i have to learn how Android Port in different boards. Wandboard, panda board, etc
I learn that also(few simple steps follow from Readme folder).
But when i face problem related to LCD & Touchscreen, after R n D i found that drivers are not supported for that so i have to write if-lese block in particular c file.
But it inside the kernel folder that means i have to edit & build kernel also.
I love to learn new things but i have question...
When i complete whole task(whether it successful or failure) in CV/Resume what type of work experience i should mention?
1. Java Development (this is definitely because past 2 projects only in java )
2. Android Development (But i do not write apk)
3. Kernel Development (But i not add new things in kernel)
4. Kernel Device Driver Development (But i add only few if-lese in few/one c files)
5. uboot Development (I know little bit of it but follow the instruction from forums & got some success)
5. Embedded Board Bring up with Android OS (I follow only Readme steps).

I learn lots of new things when Android Development starts. But confusion about in which domain i am?
What will be the future after period?
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Why not just say "Java and Android Developer". There's no reason you can only work on one language at a time. Having different skills is a good thing.
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