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[Q] will be there Official Kitakt update for Galaxy R

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According to the following site, Galaxy R already has 4.3 update!!!

http://www.mobicpc.com/how-to-update...droid-4-3.html
Its Fake. They must be drunk while writing. There is no official update from samsung after Ics for Galaxy R.
 
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Default How does kitkat has tegra2 support!

Just out of curiosity, how does kitkat has support for tegra2. If my understanding is correct, google has stopped supporting tegra2 4.2 onwards (or is it only CM). If kitkat indeed has support for tegra2, then oneday omnirom can see a stable release version right (we only have nightlies now)?

Also the support matters only for core apps that directly run os kernel. The ones that run on dalvic vm doesn't have have to worry about this right?
 
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Just out of curiosity, how does kitkat has support for tegra2. If my understanding is correct, google has stopped supporting tegra2 4.2 onwards (or is it only CM). If kitkat indeed has support for tegra2, then oneday omnirom can see a stable release version right (we only have nightlies now)?

Also the support matters only for core apps that directly run os kernel. The ones that run on dalvic vm doesn't have have to worry about this right?
Yes. It is only CM that doesn't support tegra2.
Google uses neon instructions and since tegra2 lacks neon we don't and will never have support for features depending on neon. However, there is always a workaround so we just have to adjust with the workaround provided to us. Albeit nightly, Omni is stable enough to be used as daily driver. There are few bugs but those will be fixed over time. Omni will eventually get stable someday.
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