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added in API level 1
Deprecated since API level 21

Camera.AutoFocusCallback

public static interface Camera.AutoFocusCallback

android.hardware.Camera.AutoFocusCallback


This interface was deprecated in API level 21.
We recommend using the new android.hardware.camera2 API for new applications.

Callback interface used to notify on completion of camera auto focus.

Devices that do not support auto-focus will receive a "fake" callback to this interface. If your application needs auto-focus and should not be installed on devices without auto-focus, you must declare that your app uses the android.hardware.camera.autofocus feature, in the <uses-feature> manifest element.

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Summary

Public methods

abstract void onAutoFocus(boolean success, Camera camera)

Called when the camera auto focus completes.

Public methods

onAutoFocus

added in API level 1
void onAutoFocus (boolean success, 
                Camera camera)

Called when the camera auto focus completes. If the camera does not support auto-focus and autoFocus is called, onAutoFocus will be called immediately with a fake value of success set to true. The auto-focus routine does not lock auto-exposure and auto-white balance after it completes.

Parameters
success boolean: true if focus was successful, false if otherwise

camera Camera: the Camera service object

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