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1st February 2015, 03:14 PM |#611  
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thank you.
will wait for new update.

https://github.com/troop/FreeDCam/releases/tag/3.3.50
i hope that this fix it, because i dont understand why it crash^^

can you send me your framework.jar too? it seems that there is somekind of custom framework from sony
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1st February 2015, 04:55 PM |#612  
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where can i found framework.jar? if i found it, i will upload it.

edit: found it. files attached. still force close. thank you.
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1st February 2015, 05:42 PM |#613  
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@Hid3rs as i said its working with the correct settings, well mine are not perfect but you see the image
Why raw not work on cm12 thx to defcomg

Thanks for taking a look at my yuv file, it looks like it's not really worth messing with it.

That cm12 thing looks interesting though. I'm not really sure what I'm looking at, is that piece of code ROM or kernel related? Do you think we could get it to work somehow, or is it something only CM devs could do?
2nd February 2015, 01:23 PM |#614  
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where can i found framework.jar? if i found it, i will upload it.

edit: found it. files attached. still force close. thank you.

https://github.com/troop/FreeDCam/releases/tag/3.3.51
should fix your problem. lets see whats crashing next^^, didnt notice that defcomg added more sony params.

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Thanks for taking a look at my yuv file, it looks like it's not really worth messing with it.

That cm12 thing looks interesting though. I'm not really sure what I'm looking at, is that piece of code ROM or kernel related? Do you think we could get it to work somehow, or is it something only CM devs could do?

its from framework. hm no idea if it will fix it for cm12 with uncomment it. normal someone thought about something when comment it out.
if you are able to build cm12 try it or find a dev for your device.
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2nd February 2015, 01:46 PM |#615  
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https://github.com/troop/FreeDCam/releases/tag/3.3.51
should fix your problem. lets see whats crashing next^^, didnt notice that defcomg added more sony params.


its from framework. hm no idea if it will fix it for cm12 with uncomment it. normal someone thought about something when comment it out.
if you are able to build cm12 try it or find a dev for your device.

Hi, thanks for the update. now the app can be open but when I take picture, got this error message "Got Error from camera:100"
and my screen become as image attached.
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2nd February 2015, 02:39 PM |#616  
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I'm here again : I follow perpetually the thread, and I try every app release when published.
Still on Touchwiz, now my Samsung Galaxy S4 is able to shoot RAW.
Here the CameraParameters https://www.dropbox.com/s/cm35i440er...eters.txt?dl=0
& the logcat https://www.dropbox.com/s/0qhob54mlb...26-40.txt?dl=0
The problem is that the file saved weights 'only' 4.6MB https://www.dropbox.com/s/jfygac2pmq...8_raw.raw?dl=0
Any idea mate?
3rd February 2015, 07:04 PM |#617  
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I'm here again : I follow perpetually the thread, and I try every app release when published.
Still on Touchwiz, now my Samsung Galaxy S4 is able to shoot RAW.
Here the CameraParameters https://www.dropbox.com/s/cm35i440er...eters.txt?dl=0
& the logcat https://www.dropbox.com/s/0qhob54mlb...26-40.txt?dl=0
The problem is that the file saved weights 'only' 4.6MB https://www.dropbox.com/s/jfygac2pmq...8_raw.raw?dl=0
Any idea mate?

rename the raw to .jpg and you will see what it is. sorry no raw
samsung has the same problem as always, we are not able to disable zsl

/// EDIT
FREEDCAM SUPPORT IS CLOSED here for me!
i also removed all releases from github!
why? its simple. freedcamhol.es got listed as mailware site. and to save you from such stuff i removed all binarys!
and these are also my last words here. im out..........
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