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Exynos on a development board? Yea, no thanks. Here's what CyanogenMod developer codeworkx has to say about Exynos:
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It's about the soc used. In our case exynos.

Samsung doesn't provide proper sources or documentation for their own platform.
And if they do after it's much to late, it's outdated and incompatible.

Compare the qualcom or omap based samsung phones vs. the exynos ones.
All qualcom and omap based samsung phones got jellybean and butter in zero time.
We're still fighting with exynos and the i9100 guys have to wait another months if it will get jellybean at all.
I assume samsung is skipping it and will only do a value pack. There's no single line of code or a leak yet.
It's a shame.

I9100g (omap4, same hardware as i9100) got jellybean pretty instant. opensource hwcomposer, opensource audio, butter, working tvout
I9100: (exynos4, same hardware as i9100g) buggy jellybean, closed source and incompatible audio, no butter, no tvout, bugs which will never be solved.

what do we learn from this?
Don't buy exynos phones.
    
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Exynos on a development board? Yea, no thanks. Here's what CyanogenMod developer codeworkx has to say about Exynos:

Samsung are starting to offer sources slowly but surely. That is an old quote. There are also plenty of Jelly Bean 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and Android 4.2 ROMs for the SGS3 Exynos 4412.
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Samsung are starting to offer sources slowly but surely. That is an old quote. There are also plenty of Jelly Bean 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and Android 4.2 ROMs for the SGS3 Exynos 4412.


Really? I couldn't find any 4.2 roms on XDA for the SGS3. Just 4.1.1 with flashed APKs. Actually the only one I could find for any Galaxy S line was the CM 10.1 builds for the i9100G from codeworkx himself. That's actually somewhat surprising considering how long the 4.2 AOSP has been out.

The point is, this device is running ICS, and might not even get Jellybean.
    
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Faster than core i3 1st generation?

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I want a board this size w/ a x86 processor so I can run a Windows OS on it. If only there was a x86 board that size that doesn't cost an arm and a leg...'

http://store.viatech.com/protected/product/frontProductDetail.action?id=9621

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Really? I couldn't find any 4.2 roms on XDA for the SGS3. Just 4.1.1 with flashed APKs. Actually the only one I could find for any Galaxy S line was the CM 10.1 builds for the i9100G from codeworkx himself. That's actually somewhat surprising considering how long the 4.2 AOSP has been out.
The point is, this device is running ICS, and might not even get Jellybean.

Ahh sorry, no my mistake. I've seen this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1998214 though.

Anyway, if it runs the Exynos 4412, it can run Jelly Bean.
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but the specs for this are better than the raspberry pi

Then you've already missed the point for what a Raspberry Pi is used for. wink.gif

While this is a cool board, its price point makes it hard to justify. As a marketable product, Ouya has it beat in a complete package for $100: the whole system, case included, plus a controller, plus its own app store plus Android's, plus its own dev kits, etc. It's not the strongest device out there but for what it does, and what it can replace, Ouya will be an awesome little toy. As a dev board, the Beagle Board is more modular and usually less expensive and Raspberry Pi can accomplish much of the same for 1/5th the price.

However, this does mean I have high expectations from 2013 smartphones. thumb.gif
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