Kernel 3.0 walk now?? Like I saw on the galaxy s + camera walked with the 3.0 kernel by ivendor.desole for my English, I use Google translation
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This is a CyanogenMod 11 ROM with the first-ever 3.4 kernel for any Galaxy S2 variant, painstakingly ported from scratch by me. The kernel is based off of the most advanced kernel source available from Qualcomm (CAF) for MSM8660/MSM8960 CPU architectures.
We XU owners must be aware that the camera of XU is nice when we all were using GB or any GB based rom but as the device got updated to ICS camera quality degraded. Camera was very slow while focusing and yellowish picture were coming same is with JB Roms. Can someone explain what can be the problem.
I just built kernel 3.6.0-rc5 the other day and I'm very happy with its performance, particularly in terms of the open source Radeon drivers. it would be a shame to have to roll back, but on this kernel I lose my webcam functionality.
I got a problem with Google Camera on my LG E975. I got CM11 newest nightly, and trickster MOD (kernel). I tried on vanir, i tried on cm11 normaln kernel, and on this kernel. Doesnt work. Anyone have solution for this?
I flashed a custom kernel on my Samsung galaxy y gt-s6102 and then things goes bad....after flashing kernel my phone restarts at samsung logo again and again....so please help me....i want to flash stock kernel...where to download it....please help
Some info -: I know the name of stock kernel ...the my stock kernel 220.127.116.11
I am working with ubuntu natty kernel camera branch and panda baordES.
I have connected my caera at camera connector the connection is established and i coulud send the control to camera through i2c and can able read the data thriugh mipi.
I am using the capture example code for testing.
My camera supports
V4L2_PIX_FMT_SBGGR8 and V4L2_PIX_FMT_SBGGR10 bit fromats.
I am new to Linux development and need some pointers to help me get a camera (OV7670) working on a beaglebone running debian.
Using the camera capes as a guide, I have connected the camera to the GPMC pins on the beagleboard and the I2C pins. However I am a bit stumped to what I need to do in software to get Linux to recognize it as a camera and be able to use it to read a frame from the GPMC.