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Re: LCCS Alternatives
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Hi Jeff,Yes, anything that would give a one-to-one (or as close as can be) for using/creating components that fulfill the same functionality on FMS as LCCS would be great. For example, what are the FMS equivelents to the LCCS SDK Navigator app that explains all the components we can use.iBrent

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Re: Motorola Xoom (Android) reports both camera positions as "back"
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I just tried your code on my Xoom using the same build settings (AIR 3.1 and FB 4.5.1), and discovered the problem.You need to set the Android permissions to use the Camera. In your -app.xml make sure this line is uncommented:If that line was commented out, then it returned "back" for both cameras. But if that line is uncommented, then it works properly. With Android you have to make sure permissions are set for just about everything (accessing camera, mic, internet, etc.)Brent

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Make sure you're compiling against AIR 3.0+ or higher, since front camera support for Android isn't available in older versions of AIR. Also there's a new Camera.position property that you check to guarantee you're asking for the Front camera (if it's supported).http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatform/reference/actionscript/3/flash/media/Camera.html#positionBrent

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