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Chrome app in ZTE blade

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Hey, I have searched but I can't find an answer.

Does the chrome app work on the blade with ICS?

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Hey, I have searched but I can't find an answer.

Does the chrome app work on the blade with ICS?

sorry already tried it, forced closed sorry i cant even find google play on my blade with coldfusionx yeah but anyway i could'nt get chrome to work.
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Chrome uses native libraries that are compiled for ARMv7 and are thus incompatible with the ZTE blade and equivalents.

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that's disappointing. Hopefully someone will hack it for ARMv6 in the future

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that's disappointing. Hopefully someone will hack it for ARMv6 in the future

Not a chance.

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fair enough. Luckily ICS Browser + seems to do everything I want it to

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Try this Google Chrome for zte blade : https://www.dropbox....timus fans .apk

I found it on a Portuguese site. They said that this mod of google chrome would work on armv6 devices (like zte blade). I have not tried this yet.

(this is the site where I found it: http://optimus-fans....v141-armv6.html )

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Know I have test and it is working!

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Try this Google Chrome for zte blade : https://www.dropbox....timus fans .apk

I found it on a Portuguese site. They said that this mod of google chrome would work on armv6 devices (like zte blade). I have not tried this yet.

(this is the site where I found it: http://optimus-fans....v141-armv6.html )

Waahhhh.... am still stunned.... This chrome actually works... but rather slow at first.... with time maybe.... Thanks.

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yes, it works indeed! :)

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It is a mod of an older version so it is not as fast as the original, but I still found it the fastest browser on my blade!

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Yes is a mod, is miren browser.

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