I have a similar problem with the touchscreen when I use ubuntu, with
1 finger it recognises only a keypress, with 2 you can actually move.
I guess we might have different digitizer or touchscreen hardware.
What exact brand is your device? Is it a THD PX1 i.e. iiView M1touch/
Teso J-10/Orphan P-88/Wirelession W1230? Anyway this is a weird
problem, editing the driver might help, but first we need to extract
it, and for that we need root! So could anyone here possibly help?
Also, you can download the ubuntu/fedora/suse/debian/etc. drivers,
partial source code, and some other stuff off 3dsp's ftp server:
ftp://3dsp.com.cn. If you need a user/pass check
where you'll get with that, but maybe it'll help. By the way, it works
even when you install the USB device drivers not the pcie ones. The
internal device is recognised as usb with any driver o.0.
Anyway I think it would be great if we could pull out all necessary
working the modules from the /system, edit them and compile again with
a new kernel, but in order to do any of that we first need root, as I
see no way of extracting them without being in the system (or did I
WRT point 2 in your previous post; I would also need to read up on how
to compile the image with the new drivers, maybe we can get some
assistance on irc or over the discussion forums?
Post by marcoscarno
Another update... I found that:http://hanvon-touchpad.blogspot.com/2010/11/hanvon-android-version-2-...
has a working release of the drivers for 3DSP WiFi and bluetooth...
It is Android 1.6... so I am wondering if it is possibile to extract
them and to add inside your release.
Furthermore I still have problems with the touch screen... two fingers
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