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Saving thermal image and temperature values in a .txt file.

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  • #10656

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    Neeta

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    The Flir One Sample Application bundled with the Flir One SDK provides a button(onCaptureImageClicked) for saving the thermal image. But, on pressing the button, no image is being saved.
    In addition to that I also want to save the temperature value of all the pixels in a text file when the image capture button is clicked.
    The temperature values can be extracted using renderedImage.thermalPixelValues() and then written to a text file, but first the issue of saving the image needs to be resolved.
    Currently using SDK version 3.0.1 and testing on a Motorola G5s Plus.

    Cheers:)

    #10816

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    renato

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    Hello Neeta,

    The Motorola G5s plus isn’t a support Android device, is there a chance you could test against a Google Pixel or Samsung S9/S10?

    Thanks
    Renato

    #11115

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    Neeta

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    Thank you, for your reply.

    This link lists the supported devices and the specifications needed for a device to be compatible. Moto G5s Plus has the required specifications. So, why is it not a supported device?

    Regards.

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    #11125

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    Gavin

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    Hi Neeta,

    Some devices are simply too uncommon, meaning we don’t have them in supply and can’t support each and every Android device. We recommended you test it on a more known product for our support staff so we can better assist you.

    Gavin
    FLIR Support

    #11128

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    Neeta

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    Thank you for the prompt response.

    The latest version of the FLIR ONE SDK(3.1.3) only supports arm64-v8a, armeabi-v7a and x86 architectures.
    So, if someone is developing an app which uses the FLIR ONE SDK, and need it to be able to run on all Android smartphones and tablets, what should be done to make that happen?

    Regards.

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