Android 2.2 - Froyo

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  1. Shadez

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    Just some more of the same and little new lol

    Adobe announces the availability of Flash Player 10.1 pre-beta for Android 2.2 devices

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    With the announcement of Android 2.2 Froyo, we’ve been treated to a handful of useful new features, but its inclusion of Flash Player 10.1 can easily stand at the top of mostly everyone’s list. Adobe let out the great news surrounding the availability of Flash Player 10.1 pre-beta, but it will obviously only work on Android 2.2 powered devices – so there will be a wait for most people. Essentially the experience of surfing the web on an Android 2.2 device will be as close as it can get to replicating the refinements found on desktop browsing. Fortunately Adobe throws out some additional things so that it’ll support the myriad of technologies found on handsets such as support for touch gestures, accelerometers, and smart-scaling so that it will automatically re-size things. Apparently Adobe believes that the whole process should “just work” and has even written up a listing of some Flash-friendly web sites that’ll undoubtedly showcase its true potential.
    Not all Android handsets are made the same obviously – and that’s why they’ve been working on it so that it’s optimized on chipsets such as ARM, AMD, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Marvel, Intel, Texas Instruments, and Freescale. Now one of the biggest sought out pieces of information regarding all of this are which devices will be graced with Android 2.2 and a time line on when they’ll get it. Starting this week, Adobe is going to be offering Flash Player 10.1 as a public pre-beta – but then again, it’ll require you to have an Android 2.2 powered smartphone. Premier phones like the HTC Nexus One and Motorola DROID will be receiving Android 2.2 “immediately” with other handsets like the Droid Incredible, EVO 4G, Desire, and Motorola MILESTONE will be getting it in the horizon. Finally, Adobe is also hard at work in bringing Flash Player 10.1 to other platforms, but there was no mention of an exact time line of when to expect it.


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    you arent comprehending..
    the only thing needed is the new framework possibly, and the browser.
    i cant download the ...
    **** it.. someone from the conference make a system dump!!!now!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Cnet posted some information and benchmarks on Android 2.2 here.
     
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    lol i think the main reason people want 2.2 is flash but 2.2 is like have a legal root phone XP
     
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    i hope that just over 6mflops isnt what we're waiting for...
    i know right now im hitting 5.8 on stock clock setting
    i would hope JIT is a better improvement than this. unless the JIT they are using is the same i have already.
     
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    MotoPortal or whatever its called can do the reverse of this (stream music on your to your computer) so I wouldn't image it would be that much different.
     
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    that score is thru linpack, btw
    looks to be so.
    try my rom if you want to see the speed increase(its decent, but not 450%, but neither is this apparently)
     
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    I'm at 1ghz with no JIT and no swap and I get around 7-8 mflops. Since that is more than the stock N1 in the engadget pics, maybe 2.2 will give us more than the 40mflops that the 2.2 N1 shows :icon_eek: mmm
     
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    i watch 2 hours of the keynotes and nothing about 2.2 relase D: i guess it is june bummer :blink:
     
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    with JIT that score would be close to 12, if not over
     
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    at what clock speed? bc when i enable JIT, i need 1.2 ghz kernel to reach that score. and froyo still runs on droid at 550mhz not 1.2 ghz
     
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    Speed central to Google's Android 2.2 plans | Deep Tech - CNET News

    this link shows 5.8 ish thru linpack.

    at 600(dont have a 550 slot)
    i hit 5.8 constantly.

    meaning this superawesome revolutionary JIT is what we already have.
    and the v8 web engine we've had forever
    although im sure theyve been optimized, i am beginning to think there might be a serious dissapointment to people who have already ran JIT roms.
     
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