[NTLK] Einstein, Android, new Hardware, old Hardware
votava at mageo.cz
Thu Dec 1 04:42:58 EST 2011
OT question: How do I enter the new android menus in Eistein for Android
in the latest version? I've installed it on my Galaxy Note but when I
press the menu key, nothing happens...
On 12/01/2011 10:15 AM, Matthias Melcher wrote:
> On 01.12.2011, at 03:03, Forrest Buffenmyer wrote:
>> But, obviously it behooves you to develop for more open-sourced products, like Android, and not have go through the "Spanish Inquisition" that is approval to Apple's App Store.
> I don't expect Apple to be OpenSource. I just expect that a program that I have in OpenSource, and I go and compile it myself, should run on the device.
> Other than that, I am a huge Apple Fanboy. I would not know how to use a Windows 8 system. I stopped using MSWindows right after Vista came out. ;-) I know, I know, what a conundrum.
>> Will we be able to run Einstein on any Android device? I would think, due the many variations, the answer will be "no"...not as successfully, anyway, as the one you've primarily developed it for.
> Einstein is compiled for Android 2.2. It will run on any version 2.2 and up. It doesn;t ask much from the OS at all, except for speed. 1.2 GHz are a good start, but while CPUs get faster, our emulation will also be optimized, and we will hit original MP2100 speed eventually. AFter that, any speed increase will save battery life.
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