03-11-2011 10:32 AM
thanks you, i turn on the camera :
CameraArguments app_camera = new CameraArguments(CameraArguments.ARG_VIDEO_RECORDER
); Invoke.invokeApplication(Invoke.APP_TYPE_CAMERA, app_camera);
but, now how to turn the FLash ? and how to Hide the Camera ?
03-11-2011 10:41 AM
Plus following that solution recomendation will make it work.
Search is your friend do not be afraid to use it!
03-11-2011 10:56 AM
Doubt anyone that has it working will actually show you.
If you didn't notice there's still a big market for fully working flashlight app and whoever gets it more functional will lead the market.
The functions to acess it are there, only advice from that point forward is dont expect someone to give you a working code, debug try and eventually you'll start seing flash on and then have issues keeping it on.
03-11-2011 11:24 AM
One thing you must realize is that some area's which are still in dispute for market share you won't find much help. After all there is money involved.
In any case, you're trying to force trigger the light without bypassing security of the Cam itself.
Which is why its not working.
07-20-2011 04:15 AM
The light can be controlled a few different ways, but the people who've taken the time to figure it out are those who have flashlight apps on the market and it's not in our interests to clue any competitors in on our methods. There's still a lot of money in flashlights despite that they're considered "a joke", and even the people who publish free ones won't want to lose market share because it's good promotion. Look where such apps are in the rankings, whether paid or free they are downloaded by the bazillions, and there are 30+ competitors, so every little edge counts.