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Resolved Device Support

Discussion in 'Known Issues & Bugs' started by moo, May 11, 2017.

  1. moo

    moo New Member

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    Attempting to install through the Canadian Google Play store.
    Owning both:
    • [Nexus 4]
    • [Fido LGE Nexus 5]

    Is there any reason that [Fido LGE Nexus 5] is not compatible for installation, or was this just an oversight in having a comprehensive list of devices?

    Thanks!
     

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  2. moisterrific

    moisterrific Well-Known Member

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    Those 2 devices are too old and don't have fast enough processors to run Skullgirls at acceptable performance.

    I'm playing on an iPhone 6s, which is currently the 3rd fastest smartphone on the market. And I'm getting stutters in menus and sometimes in fights, so even if you could run the game on your devices, the low frame rate and lags would make it basically unplayable.
     
  3. moo

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    The [Nexus 4] is listed as a compatible device, while the newer [Fido LGE Nexus 5] is listed as non-compatible.

    I suspect this is an oversight, and was hoping the devs could weigh in.
     
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    moisterrific Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps the Nexus 4 is incompatible as well and they forgot to list it as such.
     
  5. video game

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    Correct. The Nexus 4 is not actually supported from a technical point of view. Unfortunately, there's over 15,000 different types of Android devices (crazy, huh?) that support the Google Play store and so sometimes they slip through the cracks when we're filtering out older phones (which has a pretty limited tool for us to do so). Apologies about the confusion. :/
     
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