How to check if your device have the uinput module

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How to check if your device have the uinput module

Postby zulu99 » Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:49 am

Open terminal emulator and look if you have /dev/uinput or /dev/input/uinput in this mode: (ATTENTION: Terminal Emulator and not a File Manager)

1) Open terminal emulator
2) su
3) cd /
4) cd dev
5) ls
read if you have /dev/uinput

or

1) Open terminal emulator
2) su
3) cd /
4) cd dev/input
5) ls
read if you have /dev/input/uinput

If you have uinput your device is compatible with DroidMote, if no read the F.A.Q.s nr. 33 to solve.

It is understood that your device must have root permissions and BusyBox installed.
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