Gsm arena has some information about the phones specs it says the phone has
- 528 MHz ARM 11 processor
- Adreno 200 GPU
- Qualcomm MSM7225 chipset
If the phone has the same GPU as the san fransisco (ZTE Blade) than why does it run some games so slow (with lag) is there any way to overclock this phone to make it run applications better ?
The site is wrong. The phone is using the msm7225 chipset, which means it does not have an Adreno GPU. Despite all the evidence to the contrary, I was sceptical and enabled the KGSL (Adreno) driver in the kernel. It doesn't detect any Adreno chip. Of course it doesn't - the msm7225 chipset's specification cannot include it.
That's definitive, so no more questions about Adreno please.
Overclock is something I'm trying to get added.
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Yes, there is something about the market
The market enabler does not support my home market, have not tried setting the US market.
I can install apps and the google apps by opening the market on the phone, but not via Browser on my PC. When I first pressed the voice search, it informed me that it is not installed and a popup let me chose which google apps to install. But nothing happened.
Before using Market Enabler, are you sure you're installing the proper Google Apps package?
Besides that, on the u8180:
- GPS works
- FM-Radio works, but app is suboptimal (bluetooth forced, no autotuning)
- responsivness higher than with stock rom, even after rooting the device and disabling some bloatware
Thank you for the great work subpsyke.
The FM radio will always require Bluetooth on this ROM. The stock FM app uses undocumented Bluetooth calls which do not require the full Bluetooth stack to be loaded (i.e., when you see the Bluetooth icon). The CyanogenMod FM app is different, requiring the full stack to be loaded. Seeking on the other hand, is something I'm still working on trying to fix.