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Using my Pixel 2 phone as a Snapdragon 835 Devkit
dsanjit
Join Date: 18 Sep 12
Posts: 4
Posted: Mon, 2018-01-08 03:12

Hi

Can I use my Google Pixel 2 phone as a SD 835 Devkit and run the Machine Vision code on it? I would like to use the SLAM libs and HDK as well. The .so files seem to be built for Debian Linux and I get compile errors when I try to link them into an Unreal Engine based app. Maybe I need to install Linux but wont that trash my phone ? Any suggestions?

 

Thanks !

Sanjit

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gmcgrath
Join Date: 21 Aug 13
Posts: 60
Posted: Mon, 2018-01-08 09:06

I am sorry but the SD 835 Devkit is currently not a supported platform.

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dsanjit
Join Date: 18 Sep 12
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Posted: Mon, 2018-01-08 10:19

Thanks for your reply. 

Just one more question: If I install Linux on my Pixel 2 phone can I then use the SLAM libraries and Hexagon SDK ?

Thanks

Sanjit

 

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gmcgrath
Join Date: 21 Aug 13
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Posted: Tue, 2018-01-09 09:37

You would need to check with the Hexagon SDK boards about that SW.

The MV libraries are very unlikely to work even if the licensing and architecture checking was to allow it because the SD835 is a significantly different architecture and EABI along with different system libraries than what MV links against..

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dsanjit
Join Date: 18 Sep 12
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Posted: Wed, 2018-01-10 02:05

Thanks !

 

Sanjit

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