Mtman1

Jellybean on metal, is it going to happen?

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Hi,

Basically as the title says, will our phone ever be powerful enough to run jellybean? And will anybody try and port it?

Thanks

Mtman1

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I read that jb needs lot of ram, I'd like first a full working ics, then we can focus on jb.. hopefully v sync and triple buffering will increase significantly speed on low specs devices too

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And will anybody try and port it?

you could ask directly to me as nobody is crazy enough to continue a work :D

Isn't it better to have 1 fully functional custom built ROM than 3 almost-ready?

just impossible :P

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CM devs originally said it wouldn't be a problem, but more recently they've said it'll be a bit more difficult than they thought. (This is all coding though)

That said...if CM9 works properly, and the device tree is complete, then CM10 shouldn't be an issue.

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I'd like to bump this topic, @LoveForEver1325, is this achievable and if so, how complex will it be?

Edit: This might help: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=28020178&postcount=36

Edited by hackf0rce

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Can't we change the stat. from acer~ from newbie to dev or so? He deserves it!

sorry for my bad english

I did not understand the second half of that sentence can you please repeat that in your native language?

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@hackf0rce

Are u trying it?? Keep us updated

I'm lost with this ramdisk part, I'm not a dev and I'm not familiar with that part of the Android OS. It's possible if anyone wants to have a go. I'll do some research and have another shot though...

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