Thanks for the treasure hunt! It does require a relatively new kernel though to the best of my knowledge. Go to original post. You are correct, it was moved to Qualcomm and renamed to “Adreno”. My profile is Sridevi Kandaswamy in i. Dear Jim, Thanks for the reply.
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Freedreno is a reverse linuc graphics stack for the Adreno GPUs. I’m not expecting a good answer. Somehow feel that you can help us in this regard by providing the source files for integration. Retrieved from ” https: The SDK can be downloaded from: OpenVG is managed by the non-profit technology consortium Khronos Group.
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You are correct, it was moved to Qualcomm amf renamed to “Adreno”. So keeping my fingers crossed to get a positive response from your end so that we can have a market launch soon.
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Hope to hear from you asap. Thanks for the treasure hunt! Go to original post. So, realistically, I’m not expecting to be able to help on this. MX Product Summary Page”.
Using iMX in my custom hardware. This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat I might have some contacts that can help you with this. Curiously, I happen to know someone at Freescale in the i.
And the causes of that suboptimal performance would be beyond AMD’s control. What I would need is support for Android 4.
On September, OpenVG working group decided not to make any regular meeting for further standardization. Sorry it came up empty for you.
It takes me libux effort at all to imagine any number of ways that something perfectly functional in isolation that AMD produces might not work optimally on a Freescale system once it’s integrated into a platform.