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Default [Q] Read and write camera registers via I2C

Hi,

Does anybody know (or have a code example) how to pull and push registers to i2c devices? (Especially camera)

I'm using RootTools to get the list of the devices: "busybox find /sys/devices/i2c*/*/*/ -name name"

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Your question belongs in the Android Q&A, Help & Troubleshooting not
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Hi,

Could you please explain this decision??

My question is regarding software hacking to hardware protocol (i2c) as a developer. It is exactly "Android software and hacking" and has nothing to "Android Q&A".

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Hi,

Could you please explain this decision??

My question is regarding software hacking to hardware protocol (i2c). It is exactly "Android software and hacking" and has nothing to "Android Q&A".

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