Android image and some instructions
sean at mcneil.com
Fri Nov 7 11:05:07 CET 2008
Cédric Berger wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 15:11, Sean McNeil <sean at mcneil.com> wrote:
>> Android doesn't use an X server at all. It uses its own Java window
>> manager that sits on top of the frame buffer. The G1 has accelerated
>> openGL support and video/audio codecs used through the Packet Video
>> OpenCore technology.
> About wifi, bluetooth, accellerometers, GPS,... nothing works in this
> first image, but have you already be able to make some of it work ?
> How much is left to be implemented/ported ?
Thanks for pointing out that bluetooth wasn't working. I missed a patch
to carry forward. Accelerometer are working, however, it is just the
only thing they are used for at the moment is to flip orientation when
playing a video. GPS was also working. How are you determining that it
is not? There used to be a dev tool to let you see location fix
information, but it is no longer available. Finally, I've had Wifi
working on several occasions, but it is somewhat picky in the various
kernel version. Android is setup properly for Wifi, however.
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