On Wednesday, September 28, 2011 5:27:51 AM UTC+2, arif wrote:You still will have to declare using the android.permission.DIAGNOSTIC
> 1) un-rooted devices applications do not have permissions to run
> 2) The proper-way is, create shared library of your native code, and call
permission to get access to kernel input layer(via input group).
and this will not work on non rooted devices. I don't think there is an
other way to access the raw events in 2.2
Perhaps putting a default pointerfile in the system and running a standard
there are also patches( from nitdroid I believe) that actually don't use
> On 27 September 2011 13:05, Manoj Kumar <mano...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am working on android 2.1 version for my SMDK6410 board.
>> I wanted to do touch calibration on my device so i used "android-
>> Now my requirement is to give user a option to run that ts_calibrate
>> I tried something like this
>> thanks a lot
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