The BBC web site has many pages with videos, e.g. http://www.bbc.co.uk/academy/technology/article/art20150206154333467 On Android, the page prompts me to install the "BBC Media Player" app, but ...
I have an ARM v6 600 MHz revision 5 CPU with 512 MB RAM. The GPU is an Adreno 200 with 245 MHz clock speed. It seems that anything in the 3-D realm, including some 2-D games, have trouble emulating ...
Have been playing about flashing modded firmware to an older android device which has an arm v6 processor and have been disappointed in not being able to view any media through bbciplayer either ...
I want to know if I take the mkfs.ext3 file, or any other mkfs file, from another Linux system like Ubuntu, and put it with my mkfs.vfat and mkfs.ext2 located at /system/xbin, Would it work? And how ...
Some phones have an armv6 processor, and some have an armv7. Some apps (such as firefox, flash player, and chrome beta) only work on armv7. So, what is the whole difference?