how to use touch-lens as keypad

by oliver » Sun, 12 Apr 2009 18:48:04 GMT

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 hello all.
I am porting Android 1.0 to my self-designed phone board. I use
touchlens instead of keyboard.
now ,I found the touchpanel driver seems ok....   but how to connect
my touch points to "key code"?
anyone konws? thanks in advance :-)


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