Re: about RPC dev

by Mike Lockwood » Thu, 20 Jan 2011 03:30:38 GMT

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 The files in /dev/oncrpc/ are used to communicate with the Qualcomm
baseband processor on Qualcomm chipsets.  If you are not using a
Qualcomm chipset then none of those files should be there at all.  If
you are on a Qualcomm chipset but /dev/oncrpc/3000008c:00010000 is
missing, then your chipset does not support the same version of the

Short answer is if you are porting android to a non-Qualcomm chipset
then the lib_locapi code won't help you at all.  You will need to
develop your own interface to whatever GPS you are using.


Mike Lockwood
Google android team


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