Question about Google Android
I keep hearing about a new Android improvment called "Basic x86 support", can some one pls explain to me what is - Basic x86 support?
Is there someone that knows?
X86 is the 32bit instruction set (program code) that Pentium class processors understand. The android has an ARM processor which is not compatible unless the programs were 're-compiled' with an ARM processor. I'm not sure where you are reading this, but it will never be able to run x86 code without an interpreter or emulation. I would say, not to be mean or anything, but if you have to ask what 'x86 support' is, you probably don't need or care about it. For these applications ARM > x86
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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