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13-08-2011, 19:16 #1-= TeamSpeak USA, Inc. =-
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The TeamSpeak 3 for Android app is not available for my device. Why?
Voice chat is a relatively intensive application, requiring a device with a high-performance processor. To be specific, the library does a lot of intensive math which mandates a "hardware math co-processor", or "FPU". Unfortunately, the FPU is an item which is only present in Android devices containing the "ARMv7" family of chips which roughly began with the original Motorola Droid, and has continued through today's high-performance devices.
More "value-classed" devices such as the HTC Wildfire, HTC Legend, Samsung Galaxy Ace, LG Optimus V, and others, instead contain an "ARMv6" chip type, which does not support hardware math co-processing, or the level of performance required by the TeamSpeak 3 application. Therefore, at this time these types of devices are not supported.
During development the decision was made to try and provide the very best voice chat solution, with the best voice quality, to as many people as possible. Supporting lower-performance devices would have resulted in a lower-voice-quality solution for everyone. Please keep this in mind when posting Android Market reviews regarding compatibility issues, as the device choice was made in the interest of supporting as many users as possible.
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