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To create Dev Story/*HACK THE CODE*/ we used the Intel XDK and Crosswalk with a couple of open-source javascript libraries.

Panda.js – HTML5 Game Engine
Pixi.js – 2D webGL renderer with canvas fallback

Real sense in android

Hi ,
I am planning to build real sense based Android application but I am not seeing any support  from intel for Android programming language

can any one please help /suggest how to start real sensed based application on android application
thanks in advance
Regards
Prithu

ARM translator issue in Android-X86 platform

I am a developer who work at Android-X86 platform. Now, I want to make Android applications with ARM instruction native librarys could worked well on X86 chipset with Android-X86 platform. So, We need ARM translator to match this platform. As I even know, Android-X86 has supported Intel ARM translator with Android-X86 4.0 version. But I can not find that libraries at  BuilDroid Website. I attampted to install other ARM translator libraries comes from Android VM verdor. Such as GenyMotion. but it is not match  Android-X86 platform.

Audio routing issue

Hi Team, I integrated the TLV320AIC3111 codec with intel Z3745 baytrail SOC. Driver is integrated and everything is working fine.

I have the pfw and xml file for routing, but there is not any alsa_amixer control for the right speaker, left speaker of my board are working but not right.

even i am changing the value using alsa command only left speaker bits are updated not for the right speaker. I got the files: pfw, xml, and codec driver

from intel SDK.

Fast Blur - Native in Android App

Hi, My name is David Coronel, I'm an android developer from Colombia and currently I'm developing an app which uses real time blur combined with a slide up panel so the blur can get above of an image and make it blurried behind, I've been able to accomplish this task by creating a RelativeLayout whit some render script, but it is higly memory-demandant and after some time using the app it gets laggy and finally gets killed by the OS becouse ended up with a very high memory heap

Searching on the web for other methods to do fast blur I've found this great blog post

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  • HAXM Installer Fails (AVAST! Anti Virus)

    /**************** AVAST Anti-Virus IS THE CULPRIT ****************/

    If you are using Avast go to Settings -> Troubleshooting and [Disable] 'Enable hardware -assisted virtualization. 

    HAXM will install if you have no other issues....

    /**************** AVAST Anti-Virus IS THE CULPRIT ****************/

    Guys

    I know  - everyone asks!  I am failing to install HAXM on my Dell Vostro 3700 running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.

    Intel HAXM installer reports "...Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) is not turned on."

    instal intel HAXM

    After three tentatives, and really difficult to upload intel haxm in the very last moment of installation with the executable execution manager exe the message i have is : your computer can not support VT-x technology . my computer has windows 8.1, is an AMD radeon HD 8400 with 512 MB graphics system memory and 6 GB DDR3 L memory.
     

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