OCV 2.4 pack armeabi-v7a

OCV 2.4 pack armeabi-v7a


Open Source Computer Vision Library

This is an OpenCV binary package for the armeabi-v7a hardware. Please download it if only OpenCV Manager asked you to do this.

Recent changes:
OpenCV Release 2.4.9:
Multiple fixes in Naitve Camera (NativeCameraView, cv::VideoCapture);
Improved CUDA support on all CUDA-enabled SoCs.
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About OCV 2.4 pack armeabi-v7a
Open Source Computer Vision Library

This is an OpenCV binary package for the armeabi-v7a hardware. Please download it if only OpenCV Manager asked you to do this.

Recent changes:
OpenCV Release 2.4.9:
Multiple fixes in Naitve Camera (NativeCameraView, cv::VideoCapture);
Improved CUDA support on all CUDA-enabled SoCs.

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A Google User
Dec 4, 2014
Galaxy Note 4 , hardware not detected I'm trying to use a fax application that uses your software. It doesn't recognize that your software has been installed, now this is a brand new phone so I'm not really sure what the problem is but I am not able to use my fax app on Android like I've always been able to do.. is there anyway you can update this app to work with android 4.4.4 galaxy note 4
A Google User
Jan 29, 2014
Good app
A Google User
Jul 31, 2012
Works great The target app I downloaded this for needed to restart a couple times before it worked, but it's all good now! Awesome that there are different versions made specifically for each major device architecture.
A Google User
Jul 31, 2012
Works great The target app I downloaded this for needed to restart a couple times before it worked, but it's all good now! Awesome that there are different versions made specifically for each major device architecture.
ccbitz
Jul 31, 2012
Works great The target app I downloaded this for needed to restart a couple times before it worked, but it's all good now! Awesome that there are different versions made specifically for each major device architecture.