Android :: 3.0 Gaming Smartphone Is Coming

Aug 12, 2010

Sony Ericsson will release a new product PlayStation phone, which will utilize Android 3.0. (news from Android 3.0 gaming smartphone Coming )It looks amazing, which looks like a mini play station.

Android :: 3.0 gaming smartphone is Coming


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Motorola Droid X :: Early 2010 Upgrade To Smartphone Not Available For Current Smartphone Users

Jun 28, 2010

I am available for an annual upgrade on november 9 after. I looked online to make sure i would be able to get the DX on the 15th when it came out. it didn't look like i was able to get a smartphone for the 2 year contract price. so, i called customer service and they said that i am indeed able to upgrade on nov 9 but i'm not eligible for the early upgrade because i am currently a smartphone user.

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General :: Boot Smartphone As Non-smartphone In Power Saving Mode

Aug 23, 2013

Is it possible to reboot an Android smartphone as a non-smartphone(Like a Nokia 1100) ? Just enable only services to make phone calls and everything else remain disabled(Slow down the CPU to the lowest clock speeds, lower bit depth, turn off all on-board electronics other than those necessary etc). Motivation is to save power. In my phone most of the power is consumed by Android OS (and not screen). I was wondering if I had a mode like that I could keep the phone alive in case I can't charge the phone immediately, by switching into this power saving mode.

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Games :: WP7 Gaming And Android

Oct 11, 2010

Just saw the WP7 launch event via live blogging from WPcentral, and they said that 3D games like ilo and milo (which is like super mario 64/galaxy) runs very smoothly. If these WP7 phones have the 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon processors, then the Nexus One, HTC Desire, etc which have the same processor can run games of this quality at at the same speed right?

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Android :: Accelerometer For Gaming

Jul 10, 2009

I'm designing a game for Android and I would like to use the accelerometer for some aspects of control. Has anyone come across a tutorial or example for something like this?

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Android :: Social Gaming Platforms

Apr 11, 2010

I'm looking for cross-platform social gaming platforms, essentially for high-scores and achievements but also for multi-player.

Basically I came across two solutions: - ScoreLoop (http://www.scoreloop.com): lots of features but is closed for new developers (temporarily?) - Casmul [url]: less features and looks a bit... amateur.

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Android : Console Gaming News App

Jul 7, 2010

Is there a nice polished app that just gives game reviews/scores, new releases, basic news about Playstation, Xbox etc?

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General :: Android Lagging While Gaming

Oct 20, 2012

I have Galaxy W but I noticed that the games have a little lag. That normal maybe because my phone is not dual core. But I have read that lot of people are complaining about lagging in games even if they have a phone with good specifications like Galaxy S2 & S3. I understood that this is from bad optimization for Android, cause the games are direct port from iOS.

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Games :: Future Of Android 3d Gaming Is Better GPU Worth It?

Aug 26, 2010

so I wanted to get an Evo, but then I saw all these graphic tests and found The EPIC to have amazing GPU. Now I really like the evo for htc sense, bigger screen and looks. But I want the epic for its GPU. I dont care much for the keyboard. Im afraid the GPU on evo will be outdated and not run games anymore. Im afraid cuz my cousin got a Moment and he cant run any of the good 3d games, i got my pre before him and I can run better 3d games then him.Should I get the epic just for the GPU? Do you guys even see android gaming taking off and using the epic's internals or will the GPU of EVO(Adreno 200) be fine for current and future android games. As I see it, most devs are using the N1 to develop on, so im guessing the GPU in the evo should be fine right? or should I be safe and get the Epic GPU and be able to use the keyboard for gaming, but not be satisfied by looks? (maybe when i use it in person ill fine in love with the looks lol)SHORT VERSION Should i get the EVO and not be worried about highend 3d games sucking/being laggy? Is the GPU on the Evo good enough because it is the current standard for 3d games? Dont most developers develop on n1, thus the Evo gpu will be perfect? Also I think A lot of developers are optimizing games for the snapdragons. is any of this true?

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Android :: Snesoid Controller / Size Of My Gaming Platform

Oct 5, 2010

So I was thinking. Cause I got those fat thumbs, and playing mu snesoid can be tricky. I have a SNES controller. I also have a SNES controller Male USB. Now if I can find a R USB to M micro USB, can I plug that in on my D2 and use that? I realize this would effectively make my controller 3x the size of my gaming platform. But would it work?

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Games :: Score Loop Android Social Gaming SDK Open To All

May 14, 2010

Please note: Discussion for this thread has been shifted to the Developer category, since I realised it's more developer than gamer focused. Dear Developers and Friends, I'm Junde from Scoreloop and we're extremely pleased to announce the public release of our Scoreloop Core Social SDK for Android! (and iPhone) Along with the release comes an updated developer area to more easily configure game settings, and a new support forum/FAQ to assist with implementation. To download, just sign up at Scoreloop | Download At the same time we'd also like to announce the addition of the MySpace SDK, so that you can now enable your users to connect to their MySpace social graph. To reward the first developers to integrate this functionality, MySpace is offering 1M ad impressions on their Android/iPhone App to the best social integrations with the MySpace support by June 30th.
Our goal is to give game developers the tools and infrastructure they need to make better, more social games, in a fully customizable and modular way. With the public release of Core Social, every developer is now able to do just that.
Here's a brief list of some features you immediately have access to:
- Global Leaderboards
- Friend Finding
- Social Network Publishing (MySpace/Facebook)
- Social Discovery (Cross-Promotions / Friend Recommendations)
- Player Challenges
- Online Profiles
- In-Game Currencies
- Location Awareness
- Achievements (iPhone only, soon Android)
- Downloadable Content: Virtual Goods/Services (coming soon on Android)
With the Core Social SDK release, it comes with a default lightweight high scores board, where you can customise backgrounds and colours, as well as a more advanced and customised features version.Lightweight, very easily integrated High Scores board. (Colours and images customisable)Or a more advanced custom integration, with exciting gameplay challenges using coins. Screenshot from Toss It! and Jewels Do drop us a visit at www.Scoreloop.com. We look forward to playing your exciting Android games!

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General :: Turn Old Android Phone Into Portable Gaming Device?

Dec 18, 2011

So I upgraded from my Droid X to an Galaxy Nexus. I have a perfectly good - freshly sbf'd Droid X that none of my family wants or needs so I'm thinking it could be a decent portable gaming device for my boys when we travel. Just toss it in the Otterbox and let em have at it.

I always see the iPhone folks talk about giving their kids their old iPhones to use as an iTouch and I'm thinking I'd like to do that with my DX if it's feasible.

I'm just not sure it would work as well. Can I simply create a new gmail acct to register it at when going thru the setup we we can download some free games from the Market? What about the phone activation process - can I just skip that?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Potential Of Android Decent Handheld Gaming Sytem

Apr 23, 2010

With the soon arriving Adobe Flash Player 10.1 coming out for 2.1 devices, Do you think the Android system will make a turn for the better supporting flash games and even AIR which will lead us to amazing places. Or do you think that with the low processor speed that Eris has that it will be a "meh" beneficial update that will help with certain webpage views but not full compatibility gaming.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Wifi Hotspot For Gaming

Jul 5, 2010

Just thought I'd let everyone know, it DEFINITELY is possible. Before having an EVO I asked around all over and not many people would commit to saying it worked. I'm just here to say it works GREAT.

just got pinged at 95 ms and it works fine. Halo 3, Warcraft 3... they all work fantastic. Pretty much no different than my previous "high speed" cable connection.

I'm paying the $30 for the mobile hot spot and I have to say it's 100% worth it. I still only have 3g, no 4g yet... can only imagine how nice it will be then.

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General :: Google Play Services Update Improves Multiplayer Gaming On Android

Jun 17, 2012

Google Play Services update improves multiplayer gaming on Android.

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Games :: Gaming Review Website?

Jun 14, 2010

I would just like to know if anybody here would like to start an Android Game Review website.I would like to discuss this with anybody who would be interested. What I would really like is if all the reviewers have different Android phones. I know games such as Replica Island don't work as well on my Incredible because of the Optical Joystick, so if we had different handhelds we could compare between the handhelds to give our readers the best possible reviews. This would also help because of all the different specs on the phones. One game that would run awesome on an Evo might not run as well on a G1.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Phone Charging While Talking / Gaming

Jun 6, 2010

I picked up the EVO 4G on Friday and like it thus far. However, the phone does not seem to recharge while using the phone or while playing games (I'm addicted to RoboDefender already ). Is this normal? I've only charged it from my workstation and laptop so far. Does the phone gain charge from the included USB adapter? Can I use a dual-lead USB cable to get charged on the laptop/workstation (cables with one data USB cable and one for power)?

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General :: Block All Gaming Apps From Installing?

Aug 8, 2013

I am planning to buy my son and daughter the new nexus 7 for for education purposes, they are 6 and 7 respectively, so their frontal lobe is not yet developed to make sound judgement. It is against both our family code and kyokushin oath to engage in sloth, and I certainly don't want to buy them a device that would do more damage and good.

I have discussed this with my wife that the only condition we going to buy to the tablet is that we can be sure that no gaming app ever can be installed. If I let my children sign in with their own gmail account into the nexus 7, is their parental control that I can set up that would notify me that gaming apps have been installed on their account or better block all game apps?

If all else fails, I'll just have to periodically check the tablets for gaming apps.

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Android :: New Smartphone Recommendations

Sep 1, 2010

I just realized that I posted my last thread in The Lounge rather then Android Lounge which I intended to Makes sense why I haven't gotten any replies. Anywho, this is what I posted earlier Just signed up for your forum to ask for your recommendations for my first smartphone. Now, I'm leaning towards an android mainly because I don't want an iPhone and it seems like it has some great feature as well as a lot of potential.Now, the only issue is that I live in Canada and I'm with Rogers. (Sim cards)My current criteria is that I want a touch phone and it has to support a sim card. External qwerty keyboard is a bonus!I'm sure you all get requests like this all of the time but some help selecting a new phone would be great. I tried doing my own research on what phone to buy but I'm really not great with hacking phones and whatnot to make things work with my carrier but I'm willing to try.tl;dr:Need smartphone with sim card and touchscreen.

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Android :: PC Geek Looking For Smartphone

Jul 7, 2010

I am a Windows nerd. What I will be using the phone for:

-> Calendering, Contact Management, Outlook 2010 syncing, light email and texting, and few phone calls.

-> Printing to networked printer (wlan)

-> SSH to home computer when I am away. (maybe VPN as well).

-> managing ms office docs, pdfs and printing them to a networked printer (wlan)

-> Change the device's mac address to connect to wifi network.

-> very little "internet browsing."

-> t-mobile

-> some type of "file management" / "file browsing" is a must!

-> keepassdroid + browsing banking sites

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HTC EVO 4G :: Gaming And The Home Button - Always Accidentally Tripping - Disable?

Jul 18, 2010

I'm a gamer, and I love my new evo for everything else so far.. I'm confident I will love it for gaming once the 30fps cap is lifted (please please please please plEASE!) and I fix this one problem. Whenever I'm playing a game with a "virtual controller", i.e. phone sideways with d pad on left and buttons on right side of screen, I inevitably find myself tripping the "home" key within minutes of starting any game that requires a controller. This of course kicks me to my home page, and with most games any progress is lost. I can't imagine that no one else is having this problem, as it even happens with texting from time to time, but I can't seem to find anyone else with the same problem.

This is reallllly irritating as in any game with oft-pressed controls on the lower right side of the screen, i'm pretty much guaranteed to kick myself out to my home screen within 3 minutes of starting a game. What's the best way to address this? Is there a way to temporarily disable the home button? change controls to a hold?

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Games :: Gobang - Beta2.0 Multiplayer Online Gaming

Nov 4, 2009

Gobang Online Beta2.0 (Free)

-Features:
- User Sign-up/Sign-in
- Guest Quick Start
- Play against Computer AI
- Real-time Game Room List
- Real-time Online User list
- Create or Join a Game Room
- In-room Gaming, Chatting and Managing
- Scoreboard
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Screenshots:

You can download it from Market (Search for Gobang) Or you can download the apk file here: Gobang.rar

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Motorola Droid :: Notification LED Doesnt Blink While Gaming. BB 0.4

Jul 26, 2010

I have BB 0.4 with blue energy theme and chevy 1.1 lv kernel. Along with Launcher Pro. Normally the notification LED will blink when i get a text while doing normal stuff or nothing at all. But when i am gaming the LED doesnt blink. Has any one have a problem with this? Also, when i open a message from the notification bar instead of the message box in the dock. The dock still displays the number of messages unread even after reading it.

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Motorola :: Will Droid Ever Get Any High Quality Gaming Apps?

Dec 27, 2009

Emulators are fun and all but, I have just been playing Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. on my iPod Touch and nothing in the android market can touch it. The difference in graphics and game play between the Apple App Store and the Android market is huge. Is it a limitation of other android devices? From what Ive read the Droid has the same (or similar) processor as the iPhone 3GS. I am playing games on the 2nd Gen iPod Touch which has a slower processor and it performs flawlessly. I am not an apple fan boy and have never owned a iPhone. I love my Droid and want to be able to hand my touch to my wife and forget about it. Will the Droid ever get any high quality gaming apps?

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General :: Will Jelly Bean Improve Gaming Performance

Jul 3, 2012

i have a GS 3 and want to know if Jelly bean will improve the gaming performance `framerates`???

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Android :: Should I Get Smartphone Or Laptop Or Wait?

Aug 12, 2010

I had a Toshiba laptop which after years I sold it off. I am never a big fan of laptops in the first place as my desktop is better, faster and I use multiple screens as work computer. As far as I can tell I only need a portable computing device mainly for office programs like microsoft word and powerpoint, and data storage. I use photoshop but I don't think current smartphones can support it yet. I am reluctant to get a laptop as I know that it will be underutilised. Since my contract phone runs out in June 2011, should I wait for better stuff to come or get a smartphone now? What I really want is a a mobile phone with Sony Vaio P series minature laptop for occasional work. Am I asking too much for the current crop of smartphones?

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Android :: Multiple SMS From PC Through Smartphone Application

Oct 17, 2010

I'm new in the android family (own a Samsung Galaxy i5800) and i would like to know if there is any application that lets you type an sms on the computer and send it to multiple receivers from a contact list through the Smartphone.I have a list of clients and would like to use the free sms/month i have to send them sms. I need to do it through the computer (with the smartphone connected) cause the list is very big and it is difficult to do it through the mobile.

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Games : Micro Usb / Bluetooth Clipon Type Of Controller For Gaming On G1?

Sep 25, 2010

Just wandering if anyone has made a micro usb or bluetooth clipon type of controller for gaming on the g1?

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Motorola Droid : Free Gaming Emulators With Full Fuctionality?

Feb 12, 2010

Maybe even some non market apk's ? I'm a broke college student..

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Android :: Smartphone Memory Configuration - Inbuilt ROM And RAM

Jul 17, 2010

Smart-phones have built in ROM and RAM separately. Also a few phones has virtual memory support too. I would like to know what these memories are basically used for. I understand that RAM is available to user processes. But why do they have a big chunk of ROM? E.g. The wiki page for Droid Incredible says

512 MB DDR RAM
1 GB ROM (748 MB free to user) - what's this free to user?
plus 8 GB moviNAND - typically used for data storage

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