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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Ventrex111, May 29, 2011.

  1. Ventrex111

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    Hey,
    Yesterday I've purchased a new Xperia X10i phone and it runs Android 2.1 . Now the problem is, I've been trying to buy some new Gameloft games for my phone through their site but it seems that almost ALL of their games just don't support the Xperia X10. The question is, will they probably support it when it'll update to Android 2.3 or it'll stay unsupported phone for new games?

    Thanks for helpers!
     

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    In /System/build.prop try changing your device I'd to HTC Desire
    need root
     
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    But won't it affect any performance of the device? And isn't there any way to download the games without changing any settings?
     
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    games that arent available for the thunderbolt I just use the desktop website (not mobile) and select Desire HD since its the closest thing to the TB. Ordering this way it sends the game to your phone via messaging for whatever device you order for. Of course doing this there's a chance the game wont play well or at all but I would just choose a phone with the closest hardware (processor and GPU) and see how it goes. If it runs well just order games for that device. You could also email them before trial and error with your money. they respond quickly even if they give you a status quo "at this time" blah blah blah answer.
     
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    There is absolutely no reason to change your build prop, that is the most ridiculous suggestion and I hope no one listens to it.

    Just scroll to the bottom of gameloft.com's mobile site and click on where it lists your device and select another one.

    I'm not sure you will have much luck as the X10 has a fairly outdated GPU, no true multi-touch support and only 384MB of RAM making it a terrible phone for gaming.
     
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    Ah, well I presumed he meant Gameloft HD games as they don't run on many phones
     

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