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By Creonek, Member on 20th May 2011, 09:27 PM
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24th May 2011, 04:00 PM |#11  
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Continuing the theme of optimizing HD games under HVGA / QVGA

2. Adjustment grid touchscreen

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Even when we have optimized the graphic screen HVGA / QVGA and all the buttons on the screen displayed in the right places on the grid touch screen they are on the old field, off screen.
It looks like this.


1 - This is the current place of drawing a button.
2 - An old place of rendering the button and the current location of the buttons on the touch-screen grid.
Fix is quite simple, you need to make sure that when touching the screen at the point 1, the game thought that the touch at point 2. For this to count as a changed, as a result of the previous stage, the coordinates drawn on-screen buttons. To find out, we need to calculate the ratio of how many times the screen resolution HVGA / QVGA less WVGA.
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[B]For HVGA[/B]
X: 800/480=1,666666666666667
Y: 480/320=1,5
[B]For QVGA[/B]
X: 800/320=2.5
Y: 480/240=2
Therefore if the coordinates of the buttons on the WVGA screen, for example, were 700h360, then HVGA screen, it already coordinates will 420h240 (700 / 1.666666666666667 = 420, 360 / 1,5 = 240). This pattern holds for the other buttons on the screen.
That is our task to make sure that when a player touches the coordinates 420h240 game thought he was touched in the coordinates 700h360.
From this it is understandable that only the coordinates of the touch screen to multiply X by 1,666666666666667, Y 1,5 to HVGA screen and X by 2.5, Y 2 to QVGA.
We'll do it in the event handler touchscreen "onTouchEvent". With the search we find that it is in the files "GameInstaller.smali" and "Sandstorm.smali". We want someone who is in the file "Sandstorm.smali".
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.method public onTouchEvent(Landroid/view/MotionEvent;)Z
    .locals 10
    .parameter "event"

    .prologue
    const/4 v9, 0x1

    const/4 v8, 0x0

    .line 379
    invoke-virtual {p1}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getAction()I

    move-result v0

    .line 380
    .local v0, action:I
    and-int/lit16 v4, v0, 0xff

    .line 382
    .local v4, mask:I
    invoke-virtual {p1}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerCount()I

    move-result v1

    .line 383
    .local v1, count:I
    const v6, 0xff00

    and-int/2addr v6, v0

    shr-int/lit8 v5, v6, 0x8

    .line 388
    .local v5, pointerId:I
    if-nez v0, :cond_0

    .line 390
    invoke-virtual {p1, v8}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v8}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v8}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchPressed(III)V

    .line 394
    :cond_0
    const/4 v6, 0x5

    if-ne v4, v6, :cond_1

    .line 397
    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v5}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchPressed(III)V

    .line 400
    :cond_1
    const/4 v6, 0x2

    if-ne v0, v6, :cond_2

    .line 402
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .local v2, i:I
    :goto_0
    if-ge v2, v1, :cond_2

    .line 403
    invoke-virtual {p1, v2}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerId(I)I

    move-result v3

    .line 405
    .local v3, id:I
    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v3}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchMoved(III)V

    .line 402
    add-int/lit8 v2, v2, 0x1

    goto :goto_0

    .line 409
    .end local v2           #i:I
    .end local v3           #id:I
    :cond_2
    const/4 v6, 0x6

    if-ne v4, v6, :cond_3

    .line 412
    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v5}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchReleased(III)V

    .line 415
    :cond_3
    if-ne v0, v9, :cond_4

    .line 416
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .restart local v2       #i:I
    :goto_1
    if-ge v2, v1, :cond_4

    .line 418
    invoke-virtual {p1, v2}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerId(I)I

    move-result v3

    .line 421
    .restart local v3       #id:I
    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v3}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchReleased(III)V

    .line 416
    add-int/lit8 v2, v2, 0x1

    goto :goto_1

    .line 427
    .end local v2           #i:I
    .end local v3           #id:I
    :cond_4
    return v9
.end method
We draw attention to the function
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invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F
These functions and define the coordinates of touching the touch screen, immediately after them, we multiply the coordinates on an already calculated coefficients.
For HVGA should get it.
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.method public onTouchEvent(Landroid/view/MotionEvent;)Z
    .locals 10
    .parameter "event"

    .prologue
    const/4 v9, 0x1

    const/4 v8, 0x0

    .line 379
    invoke-virtual {p1}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getAction()I

    move-result v0

    .line 380
    .local v0, action:I
    and-int/lit16 v4, v0, 0xff

    .line 382
    .local v4, mask:I
    invoke-virtual {p1}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerCount()I

    move-result v1

    .line 383
    .local v1, count:I
    const v6, 0xff00

    and-int/2addr v6, v0

    shr-int/lit8 v5, v6, 0x8

    .line 388
    .local v5, pointerId:I
    if-nez v0, :cond_0

    .line 390
    invoke-virtual {p1, v8}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

    div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v8}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

    div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v8}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchPressed(III)V

    .line 394
    :cond_0
    const/4 v6, 0x5

    if-ne v4, v6, :cond_1

    .line 397
    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

    div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

    div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v5}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchPressed(III)V

    .line 400
    :cond_1
    const/4 v6, 0x2

    if-ne v0, v6, :cond_2

    .line 402
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .local v2, i:I
    :goto_0
    if-ge v2, v1, :cond_2

    .line 403
    invoke-virtual {p1, v2}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerId(I)I

    move-result v3

    .line 405
    .local v3, id:I
    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

    div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

    div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v3}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchMoved(III)V

    .line 402
    add-int/lit8 v2, v2, 0x1

    goto :goto_0

    .line 409
    .end local v2           #i:I
    .end local v3           #id:I
    :cond_2
    const/4 v6, 0x6

    if-ne v4, v6, :cond_3

    .line 412
    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

    div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v5}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

    div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v5}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchReleased(III)V

    .line 415
    :cond_3
    if-ne v0, v9, :cond_4

    .line 416
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .restart local v2       #i:I
    :goto_1
    if-ge v2, v1, :cond_4

    .line 418
    invoke-virtual {p1, v2}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getPointerId(I)I

    move-result v3

    .line 421
    .restart local v3       #id:I
    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getX(I)F

    move-result v6

    float-to-int v6, v6

    mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

    div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

    invoke-virtual {p1, v3}, Landroid/view/MotionEvent;->getY(I)F

    move-result v7

    float-to-int v7, v7

    mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

    div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2

    invoke-direct {p0, v6, v7, v3}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/Sandstorm;->nativeTouchReleased(III)V

    .line 416
    add-int/lit8 v2, v2, 0x1

    goto :goto_1

    .line 427
    .end local v2           #i:I
    .end local v3           #id:I
    :cond_4
    return v9
.end method
Here is the code that we added to the function
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mul-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0xa

div-int/lit8 v6, v6, 0x6

...

mul-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x3

div-int/lit8 v7, v7, 0x2
I hope everyone understood that multiplying by 10 (A in hex​​) and is divided into 6, it is the same as multiply by 1.666666666666667 and multiplying by 3 and dividing by 2 - the same as multiply by 1.5.
Note
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In principle, we can proceed a little differently and multiplying the coordinates of the code in the function "onTouchEvent" not to add, instead, to create alternative roles "nativeTouchPressedMod", "nativeTouchMovedMod", "nativeTouchReleasedMod". Replace them, called in "onTouchEvent" original features "nativeTouchPressed", "nativeTouchMoved", "nativeTouchReleased". And in alternate functions to multiply the coordinates and call them with the original function. This is especially useful in those games where instead of a 3-function "nativeTouchPressed", "nativeTouchMoved", "nativeTouchReleased" uses a "nativeOnTouch" (an example of such a game "Hero of Sparta"), there remains a need to create only 1-st alternate function "nativeOnTouchMod", and only in it one must add the code multiplication of coordinates, which is more convenient. Although this method is more convenient, it seems to me that he would be more difficult for beginners, in this I will not describe it in detail. If someone wants to become more familiar with this method, you can see how it is implemented in the "Hero of Sparta", just compare the files "HeroOfSparta.smali" with the original version and the version optimized for HVGA / QVGA

 
 
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3. How to disable cache
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This step is even simpler, the file "GameInstaller.smali" find function "isRequiredFile"

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.method private isRequiredFile(Ljava/lang/String;J)Z
    .locals 5
    .parameter "fileName"
    .parameter "size"

    .prologue
    const/4 v4, 0x1

    .line 410
    new-instance v2, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    invoke-direct {v2}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;-><init>()V

    sget-object v3, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/GameInstaller;->DATA_PATH:Ljava/lang/String;

    invoke-virtual {v2, v3}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->append(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    move-result-object v2

    invoke-virtual {v2, p1}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->append(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    move-result-object v2

    invoke-virtual {v2}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->toString()Ljava/lang/String;

    move-result-object v1

    .line 411
    .local v1, path:Ljava/lang/String;
    new-instance v0, Ljava/io/File;

    invoke-direct {v0, v1}, Ljava/io/File;-><init>(Ljava/lang/String;)V

    .line 412
    .local v0, file:Ljava/io/File;
    invoke-direct {p0, p1}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/GameInstaller;->replaceOconf(Ljava/lang/String;)Z

    move-result v2

    if-eqz v2, :cond_0

    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .line 415
    :goto_0
    return v2

    :cond_0
    invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->exists()Z

    move-result v2

    if-eqz v2, :cond_1

    invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->length()J

    move-result-wide v2

    cmp-long v2, v2, p2

    if-eqz v2, :cond_2

    :cond_1
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    goto :goto_0

    :cond_2
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    goto :goto_0
.end method
In it we are interested in a fragment
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invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->exists()Z

move-result v2

if-eqz v2, :cond_1

invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->length()J

move-result-wide v2

cmp-long v2, v2, p2

if-eqz v2, :cond_2

:cond_1
const/4 v2, 0x0
In this passage there is a check whether a file exists in the cache and if so, the same as its size (or checksum) with the reference? We just cut a check for file existence, but comparing the size of a reference to itself
The result should so
HTML Code:
.method private isRequiredFile(Ljava/lang/String;J)Z
    .locals 5
    .parameter "fileName"
    .parameter "size"

    .prologue
    const/4 v4, 0x1

    .line 410
    new-instance v2, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    invoke-direct {v2}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;-><init>()V

    sget-object v3, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/GameInstaller;->DATA_PATH:Ljava/lang/String;

    invoke-virtual {v2, v3}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->append(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    move-result-object v2

    invoke-virtual {v2, p1}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->append(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;

    move-result-object v2

    invoke-virtual {v2}, Ljava/lang/StringBuilder;->toString()Ljava/lang/String;

    move-result-object v1

    .line 411
    .local v1, path:Ljava/lang/String;
    new-instance v0, Ljava/io/File;

    invoke-direct {v0, v1}, Ljava/io/File;-><init>(Ljava/lang/String;)V

    .line 412
    .local v0, file:Ljava/io/File;
    invoke-direct {p0, p1}, Lcom/gameloft/android/GAND/GloftMCHP/GameInstaller;->replaceOconf(Ljava/lang/String;)Z

    move-result v2

    if-eqz v2, :cond_0

    const/4 v2, 0x0

    .line 415
    :goto_0
    return v2

    :cond_0
    
    cmp-long v2, p2, p2

    if-eqz v2, :cond_2

    const/4 v2, 0x0

    goto :goto_0

    :cond_2
    const/4 v2, 0x0

    goto :goto_0
.end method
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In some games, mostly to the new function "isRequiredFile" does not, then focus on the snippets "invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->exists()Z", " invoke-virtual {v0}, Ljava/io/File;->length()J", if they go together and after we check if"cmp-...", then 99% of it is checking the cache, we proceed with it is similar to that described above.

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What if the game uses the wrong cache or does not start?
Sometimes such a situation, when the phone is not officially supported game, but the reasons for this game it will not start - no. And it starts, but textures are displayed incorrectly or not displayed. The problem is that the game does not know your phone and any unknown phone thinks PowerVR. Check if this is, quite simply, only need-only file "Build.prop", change the manufacturer and model of your phone, such as "HTC Desire" and if the game is run properly, then you have a similar situation. To solve this problem, we need to make an unknown phone was considered "Snapdragon".
Below is written, to a greater extent, belongs to the Games Gameloft.
Uncompressed AIC file we need to find 2 files "gi_settings.xml" and "data.txt", they usually are in the "res\raw".
Click the "gi_settings.xml" in a text editor, you should see something such content.

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<settings>

    <carriers>
        <carrier name="default">
            <wifi_only>1</wifi_only>
        </carrier>
        <carrier name="sprint">
            <wifi_only>0</wifi_only>
        </carrier>
    </carriers>
    
    <devices>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="default">
                <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>

        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Samsung">
                <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="SAMSUNG">
                <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="samsung">
                <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="motorola">
                <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="samsung">
                <model name="modelxxx">
                    <atc_textures>1</atc_textures> <!-- sample to override manufacturer value for an specific device -->
                </model>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="htc">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="HTC">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Htc">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Sharp">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="SHARP">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="sharp">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Sony Ericsson">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="acer">
                <dxt_textures>1</dxt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>

        <device>
            <manufacturer name="sony">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="LGE">
                    <dxt_textures>1</dxt_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="lge">
                <model name="LG-SU660">
                    <dxt_textures>1</dxt_textures>
                </model>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
    </devices>
    
</settings>
This file is given for each phone model, a cache (texture compression format) to use. Tag "<pvrt_textures> 1 </pvrt_textures> " indicates a texture format for "PoverVR", tag "<atc_textures> 1 </atc_textures> " at the texture format for "Snapdragon", and "<dxt_textures> 1 </dxt_textures> " on the texture format for "Tegra".
As we expected, the unknown device is "PoverVR".
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<manufacturer name="default">
    <pvrt_textures>1</pvrt_textures>
</manufacturer>
And LG is a device "Tegra"
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<manufacturer name="LGE">
    <dxt_textures>1</dxt_textures>
</manufacturer>
It is now clear for the game to start to consider your device "Snapdragon", to replace all the tags "<pvrt_textures> 1 </pvrt_textures> " and "<dxt_textures> 1 </dxt_textures> " on "<atc_textures> 1 </atc_textures > "make it through the" Edit / Change your text editor.
As a result, you should have
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<settings>

    <carriers>
        <carrier name="default">
            <wifi_only>1</wifi_only>
        </carrier>
        <carrier name="sprint">
            <wifi_only>0</wifi_only>
        </carrier>
    </carriers>
    
    <devices>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="default">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>

        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Samsung">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="SAMSUNG">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="samsung">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="motorola">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="samsung">
                <model name="modelxxx">
                    <atc_textures>1</atc_textures> <!-- sample to override manufacturer value for an specific device -->
                </model>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="htc">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="HTC">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Htc">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Sharp">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="SHARP">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="sharp">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="Sony Ericsson">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="acer">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>

        <device>
            <manufacturer name="sony">
                <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="LGE">
                    <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
        
        <device>
            <manufacturer name="lge">
                <model name="LG-SU660">
                    <atc_textures>1</atc_textures>
                </model>
            </manufacturer>
        </device>
    </devices>

</settings>

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In principle this is sufficient, but you can still, just in case, correct and "data.txt".

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PVRT:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/i9000/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_PVRTC_104.zip
ATC:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/HTC_EVO/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_ATC_104.zip
DXT:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/LG_STAR/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_DXT_104.zip
It specifies which cache to use and where it is, for each type of accelerator. Address of 2 nd line, we copy in the 1 st and 3rd.
HTML Code:
PVRT:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/HTC_EVO/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_ATC_104.zip
ATC:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/HTC_EVO/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_ATC_104.zip
DXT:http://dl.gameloft.com/hdplus/android/DH2/HTC_EVO/ML/1.0.4/DH2_FINAL_ATC_104.zip
Thus, we point out the game, so it is not dependent on the type of accelerator used cash for "Snapdragon".
After that, the game should work correctly. By the way I always puzzling why the spread 10 times the cache under the "Snapdragon", with the headings "Cash for Desire ","Cash for Desire z ","Cash for Desire HD " if they are the same? Moreover, in games there are usually only 3 types of caches, for different video accelerators. This will make sure you can look a file "data.txt".

If the game does not start
Sometimes more so that the game does not start, but the objective reasons for this. Moreover, if the correct model of the device in "build.prop" game starts. This means that somewhere in the game code is a check Model/phone manufacturer, which resulted in the game just closes. It is clear that to solve this problem you need to make the game think she gets the right devices. For example, in "HTC Desire", if it is of course supported by the game. With the help of search through all the "*. smali" file and find those which meet the code "Landroid/os/Build;>MANUFACTURER:Ljava/lang/String" or "Landroid/os/Build;>MODEL:Ljava/lang/String". Thus we find the definition of the model code/ phone manufacturer.
HTML Code:
sget-object v0, Landroid/os/Build;->MANUFACTURER:Ljava/lang/String;

sget-object v1, Landroid/os/Build;->MODEL:Ljava/lang/String;
We need to be replaced by
HTML Code:
const-string v0, "HTC"

const-string v1, "HTC Desire"
(variables v0, v1-listed for an example, in your case, they may be different)
And so with all the files found.
In addition to the model/phone manufacturer in the same way in the game can also check the firmware version, or an android, and if it interferes with the launch of the game, these inspections can proceed similarly.

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Analyze JAVA-byte code files "*. smali", occupation rather complicated and a little sweet. But there is a way we can decompile apk-file and get the source code of JAVA. While these sources and are not suitable for the compilation, but a study of the program make it easy at times. For this we need 2 programs dex2jar and jd-gui, they should be extracted to arbitrary folders. Next, using the archiver with guinea apk-file to extract and copy the folder with the "dex2jar" file "classes.dex". From the command prompt run the command "dex2jar.bat classes.dex", as a result of the last in the folder "dex2jar" get file "classes.dex.dex2jar.jar". Now run the program "jd-gui" in her opening, obtained earlier, the file "classes.dex.dex2jar.jar".
The result is a readable code JAVA.

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try to download asphalt5 here www.forum.se-x10.pl the menu is too big?
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this site a bad check. I can not register there.

neither i...i fill in everything, but it says i need to fill in the market things...
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"Gadu-Gadu" is Polish communicator, messenger. You must write eg. "1234"
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hey guys heres a site in spanish (much more readable) just register and have fun!!!

http://www.se-planet.com/foro/index.php?board=111.0
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I tried this tutorial with Galaxy on Fire 2, and I can't find OnDraw on any of the .smali files.
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Do I have to replace only the getWidth with const/4 v1, 0x320 and getHight
with const/2 v2, 0x1E0?
Or do I need to do more?

Btw, when I try to compile my apk using apk manager, I get an java error.
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