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The Nexus 5 runs a Snapdragon 800, which is not a 64-bit supported processor. That means you should be going for the arm version of Xposed, and not the arm64 version. NOTE: You are getting confused with the meaning of x86. In this context, x86 refers to mobile processors made by Intel (the Nexus 5 has an "arm" chip). The difference between "arm" and "arm64" ...


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ARM is currently not supported officially by heimdall. You might have luck compiling it yourself: https://github.com/Benjamin-Dobell/Heimdall/ My advice however: Use a supported platform once (Win/Mac/Linux-x86/x64) and enjoy on-device updates from then on via ClockWorkMod recovery (CWM) or RomManager. Reason: Heimdall is only needed to install a ...


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I got H.264 (x264 encoder) to play with these settings on my Huawei U8150 Main profile 320x240 (original video was 4:3 which helps, 16:9 or 2.35:1 should become even easier to decode) and tuned with the 'fastdecode' setting I used ffmpeg as the frontend, as Handbrake makes selecting the "fastdecode" option impossible ffmpeg -i "inputfile.avi" \ -...


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I have a phone with the same specs... I found that If I encode using wmv2 and wmav2 it actually plays smoother, go figure. libx264 is a lot more complex of a codec and takes about 30 sec. to start playing a movie, but quality will be better. For a player I use MXplayer with the arm6 codec pack. Within MXplayer settings I set it to use software video decoding ...


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The Google Play Store automatically filters your application to devices with compatible CPU architecture. E.g. if you have a library which is only compiled for ARMv5, your app will only show up for devices with ARMv5 and ARMv7 processors. Your device should show you only apps that are compatible to your device. Source: Android Developers - Filters on Google ...


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Houdini is a library provided by Intel to convert ARM NEON intrinsics to the corresponding SSE instructions at run-time. It appears that cocos (or your game) is still using NEON even though you're compiling for x86 now. It may be as simple as doing a full rebuild to make sure all object files are recompiled respecting your change to the ABI: ndk-build -B &...


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The Huawei IDEOS u8150 uses the Qualcomm MSM7201A system on a chip. That chip uses a QDSP4000 core for media processing. The QDSP4000 core natively supports MP4 encoding and decoding. In order to take advantage of that feature and avoid software decoding, you will want to store your video in MP4 format. You can reduce the resolution of the video to ...


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Simple answer: No. ICS requires an Armv7 processor. Arm11 processors are armv6, as such your tablet doesn't support ICS. however, a ROM maker may have ported it to your professor and hardware - I suggest you check forums such ad XDA Developers.


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Your device doesn't have an Armv7 processor. It has an Armv6. You can confirm this by attempting to download apps like Temple Run & Firefox from the market - these all need Armv7 processors. You can also install Device Info to check it yourself, it gives you detailed information. Also, according to GSM Arena your processor is clocked to 600Mhz - the ...


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Yes, applications (APKs) are independent of the architecture. Android is made up of 4 major levels. The apps you write is compiled into Dalvik EXecutable (DEX) code, which is finally converted into assembly code (according to the required architecture) by the kernel to send to the processor. So, the kernel is the final one that's responsible to act ...


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Some more testing reveals the following. I've done this procedure hundreds of times, so I know the results are an ominous sign. I'm guessing it is a Cortex-A53/ARM-v8a processor, but its configured in 32-bit mode. $ aarch64-linux-android-readelf -h ./cryptest.exe | grep -i 'class\|machine' Class: ELF64 Machine: ...


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Andrew, if su binary in xbin is proper, then run, adb shell /system/xbin/su -c mv /system/bin/su /system/bin/su-dead then reboot and open terminal emulator and run su. Did this device come pre-rooted? If not then what prevents you from repeating the process you used to root?


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To answer my own question: Yes, it's possible. Microsoft has release a web-app for skype at https://web.skype.com


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It really depends on which OS you want to run. Regardless, whenever you want to run a OS meant for computers (x86 architecture) on a mobile device (ARM architecture) a fair amount of time and processing power is needed to convert instructions from one format to other. I'm not sure if there is a one stop solution like VMware on Android like that can run ...


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It seems that most of the H.264 encoded video files do not work in Huawei IDEOS u8150 using the Hardware renderer mode. 3GPs , H.263s and less complex video profiles work at full speed in HW mode. Most FLV video files play on Software Rendering mode (ARMv6 MXVideoPlayer) at appreciable speed (sometimes lagging at certain points, but overclock to more than ...



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