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Flash Builder 4.7 Release Build plays slow on Android

Aug 19, 2013 12:57 PM

Tags: #flex #android #bug #mobile_project #builder #build #4.7 #flash_builder_4.7

I am using FB 4.7 to build a mobile Flex app for Android (Nexus 10) which works fine when i use the debug apk in the development environment and on the Nexus but the release build plays at a slower framerate.

 

It feels like the GPU render setting in the xml is ignored. The framerate is very slow during a big animation but speeds up in smaller animations

 

If I decompile the release apk i can see the renderMode is set to GPU

 

The release build process is also ignoring all the folders and associated files in the bin-debug. The only files copied to the release temp folder are the swf (with smaller filesize) and the app xml. I have to manually copy all associated files with each build, which is quite annoying

 

Does anyone know how to fix the slow playback for release builds?

 

Or is there a way to rename the development apk so that it doesn't have the '-debug' suffix as this apk plays correctly

 

Thanks

 
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    Oct 24, 2013 7:29 AM   in reply to Ade_1

    hi ade_1,

     

    i have figured out excatly the same where i also have the nexus 10 tables. Do you had a chance to test it on another device?

     

    Do you have found a way to fix it?

     

    I use AIR SDK 3.8 with FB 4.7.

     

    The release version with runtime build-in is a lot of slower.

     

    Thanx

    Gary

     

    Update:

    When i debug the app (over USB) and then export a release version that is automatic installed on the device, i got the slow performance. BUT!! when i switch off the device, discounnect the USB calbe, start the release app, i got the full performance back.

     

    Can you try this and report if i´m right?

     
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