On 02/18/2010 05:34 PM, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
It may, but there's absolutely no guarantee about that. It's not part of the
public APIs. Vendors may choose to do things differently. Some developers do
play with internal/private APIs, but it's heavily discouraged because likely to
break in a later Android release and/or on a specific device.
Actually, the next Android official audio API has great chances to be OpenSL ES
(which, after looking at the specs, looks like a nightmare to me).
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