I hope there is a solution for camera bugs introduced by luckasfb in his latest kernel of EStar Takee 1.
Some KitKat kernels share both cameras (Sony imx135_mipi_raw and OmniVision ov5645_mipi_yuv) with EStar Takee 1.
However, it may be down to GPIO pin numbers in the Circuit Board. That is why I want to know the Circuit Board ID number, the physical address number of each component and GPIO pin numbers of camera sensors of those devices.
That info is included in the kernel source code of BQ Aquaris E5 FHD.
can you find this information inside your EStar Takee 1 device, please?
Circuit Board ID number
GPIO pin numbers of camera sensors in the Circuit Board
Take detailed photos of internal components
Take detailed photos of internal numbers printed in the motherboard.
This information may help find other devices that share an identical Circuit Board ID number. This list of most compatible devices is useful. Hopefully, It will enable to choose the easiest Android 7.1.2 Nougat ROM to port into EStar Takee 1.
It also provides crucial information for changing the GPIO pin numbers of both cameras in the KitKat kernel source code of EStar Takee 1.
Bug in power for cameras GPIO pins in codegen - EStar Takee 1
The video below shows how to open a device and find the Circuit Board ID number.
However, my guess is that it boils down to the physical address number of each component and GPIO pin numbers in the motherboard. This enables to direct each camera driver (front and back cameras) to a specific address in the Circuit Board (GPIO pin number). This is the info that luckasfb tried so hard to find, trying by hand hundreds of combinations for GPIO pins. He did not open the case of his EStar Takee 1 device.
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