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NFS Most Wanted & GTA Vice City on our Huawei Ascend G300

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I use CyanogenMod 9.1 R5. The phone isn't overclocked but i'm using Chainfire 3D 3.3. NFS Most Wanted works really great, without lag. On GTA Vice city i set visual effects to medium and screen resolution to 30%. Without sound and visual effects set to low the game works much better.

Sorry for my english, I'm romanian. :)

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Need for speed really does run well on the G300, I was really surprised just how well. But GTA is too laggy for my liking.

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Is anyone producing a (affordable) wireless analogue controller and folding display mount for Android phones yet? I've put a few games on my phone and there's certainly a niche for it.

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make darkness in your room and set your phones brightness to very low, then in the video everything can be seen, not like now, everything is too bright!

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A quick heads up - Need for speed: most wanted is currently on offer on the Play store. It is normally £5.20 and is on offer for £0.73. It runs well on the G300 (as shown in the video above) and it's great fun so pretty much a bargain.

https://play.google....games.nfs13_row

Thanks for that tip Cyda. Merry Christmas :)

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Hi, i have a problem with GTA VC, in a mission "Rub Out" game crashes everytime at the same place in Diaz's mansion when he has to come out of his room. I also had similar problem with GTA 3 in a mission called "Chaperone" when im waiting for a girl outside the club and then game just crashes. Plz help!

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Hi, i have a problem with GTA VC, in a mission "Rub Out" game crashes everytime at the same place in Diaz's mansion when he has to come out of his room. I also had similar problem with GTA 3 in a mission called "Chaperone" when im waiting for a girl outside the club and then game just crashes. Plz help!

Try disabling hw overlays in the developer options, or fixing permissions with rom manager. That always seems to fix crashing problems for me.

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I use CyanogenMod 9.1 R5. The phone isn't overclocked but i'm using Chainfire 3D 3.3. NFS Most Wanted works really great, without lag. On GTA Vice city i set visual effects to medium and screen resolution to 30%. Without sound and visual effects set to low the game works much better.

Sorry for my english, I'm romanian. :)

I was just looking at chainfire 3d and it turns out that it isn't actually compatible with Android 2.1+, so I don't know what it is doing for you but I shouldn't think it is working at all to be honest.

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I was just looking at chainfire 3d and it turns out that it isn't actually compatible with Android 2.1+, so I don't know what it is doing for you but I shouldn't think it is working at all to be honest.

Chainfire3D works fine on ICS. It just doesn't work on JB.

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Oh, on their app page it says that it is only compatible with froyo and ginger bread

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Can someone tell me how to disable hw overlays on gingerbread?

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Can someone tell me how to disable hw overlays on gingerbread?

Well, on ICS and JB it's found in the development folder so I would suggest looking there.

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