Mine is audio_vloop. I can see that Android opens my device, then opens input stream, and then closes the input stream. It never attempts to open output stream. audio_vloop implements both input and output streams. After this, nothing in audio_vloop is ever invoked by Android.
I made a small app that plays audio (from a pcm file for now). I want to redirect this output to my HAL. To achieve this, I believe I need to do a AudioTrack.setPreferredDevice() on my audio track. I found that Audio Manager should have a list of all audio devices.
Re: How to reroute audio data to Android's audio input
I know that this is an old thread, but did someone find a solution to this? We need to be able to "feed" our audio stream as a standard microphone input so that the rest of the Aps (primarily VOIP) can be faked to grab the microphone input and use it. Any help is greatly appreciated....thanks..
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 12:06:39 PM UTC-4, [hidden email] wrote:
I found my answers. Posted specific issue resolutions here: