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3rd January 2012, 07:03 PM   |  #11  
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I too have installed chainfire without any problems.
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yup i used rom tool box pro :P it can make back up and restore build prop on the fly :P or you can use adb push/pull but yeah RTB does it simplier :P Grats on your success :P hopefully sooner or later Gameloft will change their policy because our phone can clearly play their HD games. Not to bash on tegra but our own(A2) OMAP can handle it :P
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Anybody know why deadspace isn't working?
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works for me.stock rooted 2.3.6 NO chainfire.


13th February 2012, 06:06 AM   |  #15  
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After reading up and seeing that chainfire was compatible with the Atrix 2, I installed it.

Upon installing the drivers and rebooting, my phone got stuck in a boot-loop (?).

Any ideas?
26th February 2012, 01:27 AM   |  #16  
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Originally Posted by marckusdavis

Thanks! After much trial and error, I finally got Asphalt 6 HD working. I had to use the Qualcomm driver plugin. I can't get Eternal Legacy working though. Can you tell me what settings you used in Chainfire 3D to get it to work?

NM. Eternal Legacy works fine without Chainfire 3D!

How you did it for eternal legacy ? im having an atrix and it start but showing me red graphics all over

thx :P
9th May 2012, 11:31 AM   |  #17  
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Dead space doesn't work for you? Well I got its hd version among the 10 free games Motorola gave...

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9th May 2012, 11:36 AM   |  #18  
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Well it definitely works.. But heats up my phone quite a lot (mine went to 45C) ... Well anyone else who used chainfire got your phone heated up?

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Well it definitely works.. But heats up my phone quite a lot (mine went to 45C) ... Well anyone else who used chainfire got your phone heated up?

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45C is WAY too HOT! Usually I pull the battery if it gets above 36C. Considering it's such a tight space, and has no cooling you have to be careful!
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45C is WAY too HOT! Usually I pull the battery if it gets above 36C. Considering it's such a tight space, and has no cooling you have to be careful!

Oh! That's strange... Mine is always above 35C.. Right now it's 37C.. (the only user app running is the xda app now) and it usually goes to 40C when playing some heavy resource using game.. Guess I should get it checked.. It's just been 2 weeks after I bought it..

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