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  1. NoShftShck16

    NoShftShck16 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So after reading some articles that referenced some apps to back up their findings (ie. N1 multi-touch issue, EVO fps issue). I wanted to know if there were other apps like these that show off/analyze performance/features/issues/etc.

    MultiTouch Visible Test - self explanatory
    FPS2D - runs something to measure your screen FPS rate
     

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  2. euph_22

    euph_22 Well-Known Member

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    Neocore -3d benchmarking
    Quadrant -general benchmarking
     
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    NoShftShck16 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    OP Here...

    Found a better multi-touch app, the results...upset me.

    MultiTouch Visualizer 2


    So the comments say that on the Desire, Droid, and Galaxy that 3 fingers can be identified. However on my DINC, only 2 register.

    Maybe you knew this, but I thought this was a true multi-touch device, not dual-touch...

    Oh well :( still LOVE the phone
     
  4. Ovreagr

    Ovreagr Well-Known Member

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    Do you guys actually get a FPS score with Neocore? Mine just keeps running in a loop and never shows a score.
     
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    contagous Well-Known Member

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    Click benchmark not Interactive option :)
     
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    Ovreagr Well-Known Member

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    I tried both options, with and without sound also. So far, just keeps looping. :(
     
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    sabrewings Well-Known Member

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    The hardware supports up to 5 touches simultaneously, but that doesn't mean it has been enabled in the drivers yet.

    I also use Nenamark and Linpack.
     
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    Ovreagr Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! I finally got it to work. Apparently the screen calibration is off within Neocore so every time I hit "benchmark" it was actually selecting "interactive"! :p
     
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    I knew about this but it doesn't bother me at all because I'm very happy with the dual-touch. I have no driving desire for three-finger recognition.

    [addendum] I had not known that this was strictly a software issue. That being the case, true multi-touch could be enabled if really needed.
     

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