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You have to be aware that opencv Android is older than the pure Java version, so there are more samples for Android and the syntax is exactly the same. The differences are on where your images/video come from and where they go to.

As you can imagine Android has API regarding dealing with the camera, while a desktop will have multiple ways to do that.

Besides the samples contained inside the opencv Android package, you can find some more samples here:

These are full eclipse projects which depend from Opencv 2.4.8 (not tested with other versions). They follow the same structure as Android Tutorial 1.