Android mt9p031 sensor support

by ashwani » Thu, 21 Oct 2010 19:02:22 GMT

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 Hi all,

I have successfully ported android kernel (enabling staging kernel
2.6.32) on leopard DM365 board.
I am using mt9p031 sensor in my board.

I am getting the following errors while running the android camera
application from adb shell.

W/HAL     ( 2118): load: module=/system/lib/hw/
error=Cannot find library
W/HAL     ( 2118): load: module=/system/lib/hw/
error=Cannot find library

I want to know, what are the changes requires in android file system.
My camera  is working fine with previous file system.

Please help me to solve this problem.



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