OpenCL Device Test for Android (Nexus 10)

>> Sunday, March 3, 2013

I've received a few e-mails asking about the OpenCL-Android example. In response, I've taken two steps:

  • I've uploaded a free app called OpenCL Device Test to Google Play. It checks for compliant devices and if it finds one, it lists the device's processing characteristics.
  • I've uploaded the source code for the OpenCL Device Test to Github. This contains the entire SDK project, including the Java and JNI code.
The first task was a lot harder than I'd expected. To deploy an app on Google Play, you have to manually exclude every device that shouldn't be listed as a target. In this case, I excluded every device except the Nexus 10. This is because the app requires libGLES_mali.so, which isn't available on other platforms except the Nexus 4 (which I didn't test).

I just checked Google Play, and the app isn't available yet. This is my first time trying this, so I hope you'll bear with me.

3 comments:

Stefan M March 4, 2013 at 9:09 AM  

Nexus 4 contains "/system/lib/libOpenCL.so"

check out

https://developer.qualcomm.com/forum/qdevnet-forums/mobile-gaming-graphics-optimization-adreno/15317

Royi,  March 4, 2013 at 10:58 AM  

Hello,
Do you have a Google+ Profile I could follow?
Thanks.

Anonymous,  March 5, 2013 at 6:46 AM  

Technically the Arndaleboard / Openbrix is also an available platform. We just don't have it working yet.

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