This is an already solved problem, but I thought I leave my story here so others won't have to spend as much time debugging as I did.
HAXM 1.1.0 is not loading x86 atom image on fresh Yosemite install (core 2 duo): it goes straight to a black screen.
I can run ARM images, but when I try to run an Atom x86 image (android 4.4.2, nexus 5 clone), it goes to a black screen and sits there doing nothing. The emulator output reports "HAX is working and emulator runs in fast virt mode" before going to the black screen emulator window.
Never had an older version of HAXM installed, so don't think its the "old haxm verison doesn't work on mavericks/yosemite" problem.
Why i cannot install usb to my win 8.1? a message "This OS is not supported: Windows"
My computer is DELL.
Hi Does anyone have information on how to get access to the Android smartphone hardware development program and reference material information?
We are a startup in the process of evaluating chipsets and wanted to have the intel reference design as an option.
Online, there only developer reference is software related.
I am successfully using vaapi on Intel linux machines (haswell i5) to decode h.264 video and display in an x window. I have ported this code to a native application on android 4.4.2 r1 ia1.
The decoding works as I can convert a frame to rgb and copy the bytes onto the native window, when I use vaPutSurface it returns 0 but nothing appears on the window. I do however get the 2 following lines of log output
11-18 16:52:45.396: D/MOS(9725): mm:Mos_InitInterface_Linux called
11-18 16:52:45.396: E/MOS(9725): Mos_InitInterface_Linux: Unable to initialize context
A question for the HAXM developers: is there any attempt (stable or not) to integrate HAXM into mainline QEMU (not just the Android emulator) ?
Employing performance libraries can be a great way to streamline and unify the computational execution flow for data intensive tasks, thus minimizing the risk of data stream timing issues and heisenbugs. Here we will describe the two libraries that can be used for signal processing within Intel® System Studio.
Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel®IPP)
Hi, I'm trying to execute a pure NDK code (no Java at all) build with NDK 10b.
target .SO are located in lib/x86 & lib/armeabi-v7a
my X86 test device (ASUS K010) reports :
ro.product.cpu.abi2 = armeabi-v7a
ro.product.cpu.abi = x86