Camera Device HAL
The camera.device HAL interface is used by the Android camera service to operate individual camera devices. Instances of camera.device HAL interface can be obtained via one of the ICameraProvider::getCameraDeviceInterface_V<N>_x() methods, where N is the major version of the camera device interface. Obtaining the device interface does not turn on the respective camera device; each camera device interface has an actual open() method to begin an active camera session. Without invoking open(), the interface can be used for querying camera static information.
ICameraDevice.email@example.com:HIDL version of the baseline camera device HAL, required for LIMITED or FULLoperation through the android.hardware.camera2 API.The main HAL contains methods for static queries about the device, similar tothe HALv3-specific sections of the legacy camera module HAL. Simply obtaining aninstance of the camera device interface does not turn on the camera device.The open() method actually opens the camera device for use, returning a Sessioninterface for operating the active camera. It takes a Callback interface as anargument.
Callback methods for the HAL to call into the framework.【这里说的framework层是 camera service吗？还是直接到java层】 These methods are used to return metadata and image buffers for a completed or failed captures, and to notify the framework of asynchronous events such as errors.
Camera device active session interface. Obtained via ICameraDevice::open(), this interface contains the methods to configure and request captures from an active camera device.
Camera Provider HAL
The camera.provider HAL is used by the Android camera service to discover, query, and open individual camera devices. It also allows for direct control of the flash unit of camera devices that have one, for turning on/off torch mode.
Camera provider HAL, which enumerates the available individual camera devices known to the provider, and provides updates about changes to device status, such as connection, disconnection, or torch mode enable/disable. The provider is responsible for generating a list of camera device service names that can then be opened via the hardware service manager.