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[android-kernel] Re: Kernel Touchscreen Module Jiri Mon Apr 09 10:01:40 2012

Hi, do you have hid-quanta working with ICS? I have no luck. Please see my 


Dne středa, 1. února 2012 17:50:52 UTC+1 Kenny napsal(a):
> Chuck, 
> Sorry this is a little late, you may already have the answer. 
> I think the touchscreen in this monitor is supported by the hid-quanta 
> driver.  This driver is usually disabled by default in the android 
> kernel.  I have used the hid-quanta driver with a HP L2105tm monitor, 
> but it must be compiled into the kernel (or built as a module).  At 
> least with Motorola handsets, you must make a few tweaks to the driver 
> to swap X and Y.  Note: this was done on gingerbread, I'm trying to 
> get it working on ics. 
> Kenny 
> On Dec 22 2011, 9:04 pm, Chuck Randy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: 
> > I'm relatively new to linux kernels and all of the black magic that 
> > goes into building and compiling. But I have a question about 
> thetouchscreenmodule in the android kernel. I am wondering if it 
> > supports a USBtouchscreenlike the Acer T231H. 
> > 
> > The standard linux kernel, since version 2.6.34, supports this monitor 
> > in an xorg module. I want to know if this module is used in the 
> > android kernel or was that stripped out and replaced with another 
> > module for android touch devices?This thread talks about how to get it 
> > working in ubuntu:http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1375047. 
> > 
> > Since I am new to this and have no idea what I'm talking about, any 
> > help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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