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It works fine now

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There are some game problems with this device. I have had nothing but trouble with modern combat( X86 version) What happens is the game woks fine for weeks at a time, then it stops working completely, some kind of file corruption happens. Now I can delete the app and data and start over, but it still does not work, only wiping the whole sd storage fixes it :blink:

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So what games run then?

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Does anyone know if armv7 games can be made to run on x86 as in editing the apk ?

Edited by jikobutsu, 29 August 2012 - 10:27 AM.

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Does anyone know if armv7 games can be made to run on x86 as in editing the apk ?


That would be great! I'd be really interested to know if they could that way...
Saying that Google Play have a sale this weekend and N.O.V.A 3 is on sale for only 69p. A bargain for such an excellent HD game.

Edited by punjabi, 01 September 2012 - 10:40 PM.

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Hi guys
I'm not sure if you guys have been following the developments on BBC iplayer but now they have standardised the format for mobile devices on Android. This has caused iplayer to be incompatible both on the BBC iplayer website as well as not having an app for x86 devices. This is a major downfall for me personally!
I thought we'd have better playback with the developments from BBC but it has caused even more problems!!!

The main issue is due to Adobe AIR not being compatible with x86 processors!!!!! Aaaaargh!!!!!

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Chrome now available for x86:
http://googlechromer...ource=pulsenews

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Chrome now available for x86:
http://googlechromer...ource=pulsenews


Good news but obviously still ICS only I see.

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Yes we will see a lot more of this now google has motorola running x86.

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Google has hinted in developer videos about MIPS devices as well. This is good news for everyone as it forces developers to be honest amd write cpu agnostic code.

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