In the download package of the Android OCR SDK you can find:
Note that you'll need some additional files for translation functionality or recognizing Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages. Contact sales to get them.
Try out our code samples to see how the technology works, or use some of the code in your own application to get up and running. The samples should be open and built from the same folder where they are located in the distribution package.
Please change the application ID before building, modifying or otherwise using any of the samples.
To create an application which uses ABBYY Real-Time Recognition SDK to capture text from the camera preview, you will need to add the library and its assets to your project. This is required for new projects only — packaged code samples work out of the box.
dirs '<path to folder with the .AAR file>'
Important! With common licenses, your Android OCR application needs an Internet connection to gather the information about the current state of the library. Include the following line into your AndroidManifest.xml:
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
If the application was unable to connect to the Internet for 90 days, the library will not be available until the connection is restored. To remove this limitation, please contact sales.