As many have noticed Asus left the mount for a rear facing camera inside the nexus 7 even though they later took the camera out. My question is, what would it take to install a camera into that mount and get it to run? My guess is all it would take is the right camera and a connector that could be installed into the board beside the camera mount where the old connector was.
Okay so I've searched all over Google and asked around threads but could not get an answer. So I'm hoping someone can come in here and help me this. I recently switched from the ATT MIUI ROM to the new 4.2.2 ROM and the one thing I noticed about the camera was that it wasn't as good as the MIUI camera. Specifically the video recorder. CM records in DVD and the MIUI recorded in HD+.
i have flashed almost every GB rom and kernel combination i could find. For some reason my front camera does not work at all. I tried the stock camera app and the lg camera zip with no luck. when i switch to the ffc i get weird patterns and pink fuzz and then nothing can be seen. It also doesnt work for the video chat apps.
I am a developer, but I never develop under Linux or the Kernel, however I have this question:
In order to make the camera works on ICS, why don't use the old drivers with the old camera software? That should work fine... and if you prefer to use the "new camera software" you can download ICS camera for android 2.2.
The Camera is kick me back every time
So i searched a Bit in Google and found this https://rapidshare.com/files/3100105498/Camera.apk
Its working better than the stock cm9 Camera
Just remove cm9 Camera or back up
And replace it with Miui Camera
Set permissions to
Except the shutter Sound when you take a Photo
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