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"The same issue was reported earlier on Motorola DROID running 2.1 but installing Android 2.2 resolved the 30fps cap issue. Some users installed android 2.2 froyo on their EVO 4G, but later found that the [30fps] issue still persists. "
Here's someone who tested Froyo + 2 other ROMS and it still had the cap:
From all that I have read, and I am not one complaining about the 30fps issue; if it's fixed, great, if not, I am okay with that too, but, from what I have read the only way it will be fixed is if (a) , or (b) toast's (xda developer) kernel is fixed to boot on the and someone comes up with a way to . That being said people are diligently working to fix the issue as noted in .
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Ok enough negative waves. That's my glass is half empty Outlook for the day.
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That said people are really titty baby about this and there isn't a need for it. If you can't wait for a fix then return it and buy something else or buy the evo again after its fixed.
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- 07-09-2010, 11:25 AM #20
it seems that nobody really knows the REAL advantage of 60 FPS! Besides gaming (60 FPS is real noticeable) the biggest real advantage is the 2D Responsiveness in your swipes and gestures. I was messing with an ipad, and that easily blows the EVO 4G out of the water in terms of touch responsiveness! The screen followed my fingers without any noticeable delays, even when I was moving it really fast! EVO 4G, there's a slight delay, and I can see that 60 FPS will definitely help it out quite a bit!
On the gaming side, 60 FPS i don't really care unless it's on my ps3 or PC. It's the 2D UI experience I want the 60 FPS for!
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Not sure I understand the discussion here... Android itself has no framerate cap right? So what is Froyo going to "fix"? If the cap was something introduced by HTC specifically for the Evo (which by all accounts is what happened based on what HTC has said) then how will having Froyo eliminate this??
Or are you just thinking/hoping that HTC will forget to re-enable the cap in their build of Froyo for the Evo?
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Im guessing no one on here lurks over on the Hack/Rom Section this has been covered...
Like i said we covered all this over in that section
You need to Root and Flash these Kernels of course at your own Risk...
Personally im Overclocked to 1.19 GHZ running 46 FPS And Undervolted
Battery life is amazing and the phone just runs sooooo Smooth
Hope This Clears anything up for you guys
I get that XDA is sort of Confusing just read thru it
Its honestly not too complicatedArrogant Linux Elitist