Does this mean that the Mi A2 is using Camera2 API? I figure if you need to enable Camera2 API on whyred...
It is working with me. Make sure no GCam is present or previously installed. If possible do a clean installation of your ROM. Enable Camera2 API. And flash it through the Magisk and give all the permissions manually. In first lunch it will show me errors but after I tryed 5 to 6 times the app responds and working Gr8 nowNot working on the latest build of RR rom
That's not how it works - your repo mostly contains BLOBs, with the exception of some shell scripts - but the files you highlighted are clearly binaries. By the way, I'd recommend comparing by checksum (not by date or size) the next time.No credits to my Mi A1 Stock Camera module? Really? No wonder it's not a proper working port.
Please check date modified and file sizes. You guys obviously took the files from my github module which is why you can't get it properly working.
At least give proper credits next time.
My module is properly licensed with GNU GPL 3.0 btw. Don't want to get yourselves in trouble.
That's wrong - you can't just claim these proprietary blobs (coming from various sources including Xiaomi, Qualcomm, and others) as your own work. In this case, nobody needs to give credits or ask you before using these files - they can be found in some Xiaomi stock firmware/dump anyway.Doesn't matter if I'm Xiaomi. At least try to find out the source first if you're re-using files.
While this thread is in fact open and public, you shouldn't be doing this - always try to handle issues in a PM first. Otherwise, you can still report posts/users and move along - moderators will do the needful.I didn't want to PM since it's an open thread anyways.