This may not be case, but if there are only a few images you can clip the images manually.
Write a small App to display the larger bitmap and sample 'point clicks and X,Y of point' at the corners of the target area.
Use the resulting rectangle to clip the image. Since this is android you may need to create a draggable bull's eye for precision.
If the variety and number of images make this impractical, you need to go through the pixels on the larger bitmap to find the image.
(looking for change in color for example) . To do this you need to use BitmapCreator.
This works if the smaller images have well-defined borders, but it probably won't work for all images.