1. ezun's Avatar
    08-11-2010 09:44 AM
  2. dvader's Avatar
    Sweeeeet!!!!
    08-11-2010 01:25 PM
  3. kajii's Avatar
    So what does this mean? Is this like the lag fix with the Galaxy S he released?

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    08-11-2010 03:42 PM
  4. theanswer3's Avatar
    08-11-2010 03:50 PM
  5. doctorlove316's Avatar
    It means one step closer to Nandroid backups and custom ROMs. One step at a time.
    08-11-2010 04:11 PM
  6. kajii's Avatar
    Custom roms = things like that Cyanogen(sp?) Thing? Still new to android hacking.

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    08-11-2010 05:08 PM
  7. DaRkL3AD3R's Avatar
    Custom roms = things like that Cyanogen(sp?) Thing? Still new to android hacking.

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    Yes precisely. Custom roms means a modified version of the OS, which also means getting new versions of Android before official release, among many other things.
    08-11-2010 05:55 PM
  8. kajii's Avatar
    Ah nice, very exciting news then

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    08-11-2010 08:43 PM
  9. largeselection's Avatar
    And also potential over clock kernels...
    08-11-2010 10:33 PM
  10. Leif's Avatar
    And also potential over clock kernels...
    Actually, isn't the X already over clocked? (Sorry, I don't need to get into this, as it's plenty fast enough for me...although I haven't played any games on it that couldn't run on a 5 year old computer...)
    08-12-2010 12:02 AM
  11. DaRkL3AD3R's Avatar
    Yes its already been overclocked. Results are sort of mixed. Some people get to use 1150mhz at ~half stock voltage, others need to push voltage well above stock to achieve the same results.

    As far as NEEDING the overclock, I have 1 game for you good sir: Final Fantasy 7. You will want to get as much performance out of your phone to run this beast at full FPS. I know for a fact I get some lag on my phone stock. I really doubt it but here's hoping those JIT froyo improvements benefit emulators... otherwise a overclocking I will go
    08-12-2010 06:14 AM
  12. Leif's Avatar
    The JIT will likely give very little in terms of performance from emulators. Most of these emulators are already written in native code, with a java wrapper for the controller interface. You can get the source code to many of them here: | Download software for free at SourceForge.net (note that I haven't managed to actually compile them myself yet (I'm still new to the NDK, and have only gotten the simplest of programs to work)).

    As for ff7...I wouldn't know...but ya, you're probably right. (But only because I don't think ff7 was written for ARM, I may be wrong as I don't know the architectures of most game consoles, but if it was, I think it would do fine).
    08-12-2010 09:50 AM
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