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    WCG now supports android

    Just got a message via native boinc that said einstein@home and WSG just added support for android

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    Downloading FAAH beta now

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    Nice! I'll try it on my LG Nitro HD...doubt it will do much though.

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    Maybe I'll try running on my RK3066 Dual Core 1.6 GHz tablet and see how it does.

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    Nice! I'll try it on my LG Nitro HD...doubt it will do much though.
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    Some numbers from my LG Optimus G
    http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...hostid=2423280

    Architecture: ARM ARMv7 Processor rev 2 (v7l)
    OS Details: Android 3.4.0-perf-g00e40ab
    Number of CPU's: 4
    Created: Tue, 23 Jul 13 06:36:20 -0400
    Timezone: GMT +3
    Floating Point Speed: 213.97 million ops/sec
    Integer Speed: 2,761.40 million ops/sec
    Memory Bandwidth: 1,000Mbit/sec
    Ram: 1.77Gb

    Not quite usable - had it running 4 WUs, but as phones arent built for continuous 100% load then it got really hot.

    FAAH WUs that on my 1,8Ghz opteron take ~45-50 minutes to complete took 2,8-3,1 hours on ARM.
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    Started running it on my phone (Samsung infuse: SGH-I997) and it seems to be working great. About 5h/WU, but that means I can get through 4 a day (Single core phone).

    These WUs don't run nearly as hot as those for primegrid either. (My phone actually stays kinda cool - barely warm to the touch) I'm getting a new phone in a month - I'll test it on that as well and report back.

    BTW - I also got a SN2S Beta WU on my phone... so we'll see what happens there.


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    It takes about 3-4 hours for xperia s to finish a task, it got quite warm so it now uses only 85% cpu

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    So... I've returned 6 WUs - 3 Pending, 2 Invalid and 1 Error. And I'm getting jipped on points for some reason... anyone else having issues?


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    Code:
    FAHV_ x3NF6_ A_ IN_ Y3_ 0047055_ 0731_ 1--	localhost	 In Progress	27.7.2013 07:28:35	6.8.2013 07:28:35	0.00 / 0.00	0.0 / 0.0
    FAHV_ x3VQA_ IN_ FBP_ 0048833_ 0667_ 1--	localhost	 Valid	24.7.2013 23:15:41	27.7.2013 07:28:35	2.92 / 4.28	21.2 / 130.7
    FAHV_ x3NF8_ B_ IN_ FBP_ 0048031_ 0701_ 0--	localhost	 In Progress	23.7.2013 22:20:15	2.8.2013 22:20:15	0.00 / 0.00	0.0 / 0.0
    FAHV_ x3NF8_ B_ IN_ FBP_ 0048031_ 0101_ 0--	localhost	 In Progress	23.7.2013 22:20:15	2.8.2013 22:20:15	0.00 / 0.00	0.0 / 0.0
    FAHV_ x3NF8_ B_ IN_ FBP_ 0048031_ 0229_ 0--	localhost	 Valid	23.7.2013 22:20:15	27.7.2013 07:28:35	2.29 / 3.84	19.0 / 14.7
    dunno why so low points per task if it's the same wu as that being crunched by a desktop computer

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    Just started running on my Galaxy S4 - 100% while plugged in. Temps seem reasonable, slightly warm to the touch. Will report back.


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