Yes, I know that this image has not hardware acceleration.ojdon wrote:The reason why Android runs slow isn't due to a weak processor, but actually because there is no hardware acceleration which Android relies on heavily. We need Broadcom to hurry up and release drivers for the Pi's GPU to support hardware acceleration, I believe.
then you know very little about the subject then.aaa801 wrote:Hi, reducing the resolution will not improve the speed, ;(
I know very little about the subject?, im sorry can you come and speak to me again when you have a working android port?6677 wrote:then you know very little about the subject then.aaa801 wrote:Hi, reducing the resolution will not improve the speed, ;(
Lowering the resolution means there are less pixels to draw. Less pixels to draw means less CPU time to draw them. Essentially speeds things up a little. Go play any modern game on your computer and notice how swapping what resolution you play it at can vastly alter the FPS.
Yes thats what i was refering too, its still going to be snail slow6677 wrote:No its simple logic, of course its never going to be fast without GPU acceleration but generally drawing less pixels will take less time than drawing more pixels regardless of whether its drawn via CPU or GPU so yes dropping the resolution will speed things up a little.
Unless of course you mean in regards to helping it being usable because even at a low res it probably wont be usable.
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