some time ago i asked about how to get my touchscreen work - since all i got was a !relative! cursor which i could move around. Meanwhile I figured it out - and I thought I should share it with you - if anyone else searches it.
To get the screen into touchscreen mode - all I had to do was creating a input-device-config file for the screen as decribed here:
for my Acer T230H:
it is named "Vendor_0408_Product_3001.idc" and goes to "/system/usr/idc/Vendor_XXXX_Product_XXXX_Version_XXXX.idc"
(Acer T231H should be "Vendor_0408_Product_3001.idc" - or the other way round not sure anymore)
The file-content has to be:
and a 3rd BLANK line!!! wich is important or it wont work - also be sure to use unix encoding for the file.
Maybe you could add this to you readme file or even inclue those 2 files in your next ROM for other people to have it right away.
Thanks for your great ROM.
I love my 23"-Tablet
[Btw I nearly never had Wifi-Problems using another Power adaptor - but somehow each time I unpluged USB and reconnected - I had to reboot to get it working again - well uptime is now > 1 week without problems]
Per request by the OP, I am adding post 9 and 25 to this 1st post so it is all in one place.
So here is a Step-by-Step guide:
0. connect an usb-hub and a keyboard/mouse to you MK808
1. Install BusyBox Free -> Market -> run the installer
2. Install Terminal Emulator -> Market
3. run Terminal Emulator -> write down "lsusb" -> remember the output
4. Connect your monitor to the USB of the MK808
5. run Terminal Emulator -> write down "lsusb" -> remember the output
6. by comparing the two outputs of "lsusb" you should see wich new device was plugged-in
7. The last two numbers seperated by the ":" are the PID and VID of the touch interface wich you will need - for me they are 0408 and 3000
8. download the attached file and rename it: replace the with the numbers you found by the method above & rename the file-ending to *.idc
9. copy the file to you device (e.g. by using an sd card, dropbox, wireless adb,...)
10. open terminal emulator again and write down "su" -> wait for the root confirmation window and accept it
11. write down "cp /sdcard/Vendor_0408_Product_3000.idc /system/idc/Vendor_0408_Product_3000.idc" (replace the path "/sdcard" with the path you copied the file to)
12. reboot the device
13. have fun
used the attached file and renamed it the right way with ubuntu.
copyed it to a micro-sd, copy and pasted the file in system/usr/idc with es file explorer (with mount /system on).
hooked up a mouse and keyboard started a terminal.
chown 0,0 /system/usr/idc/Vendor_0408_Product_3001.idc
chmod 06755 /system/usr/idc/Vendor_0408_Product_3001.idc
that did the trick,works great now.
Thank you all for the help.