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Dalvik out, ART in

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9th October 2014, 01:32 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by axljohn

While high-end phones don't (and won't) have much problems regarding performance irregardless of ART or Dalvik, I think it's the mid- to low-end phones that's getting a slight performance boost on ART. Apps open faster but at the cost of 0.10% app data increase, which is the only downside. Still, it's a great thing how Android evolved through the years and Google is really making a good job.

Can't wait for L

This is true. I can easily ignore the data increase as storage are getting cheaper these days.
9th October 2014, 02:39 PM |#12  
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Originally Posted by BerndM14

That's all nice, but for the xposed framework customizers...If they roll out a new Android version with Dalvik completely removed. How long will it take rovo to get the framework running on ART, it's not going to be easy or quick...

Give this a look

I don't think it will take too long to get a pre-alpha version, but he'll need time to test it before releasing it.
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