Silly question, mostly because I'm not totally familiar with this compile cycle, but are any of these problematic devices running ARM processors? ARM is generally the more prevalent in mobile devices.
[quote:2l2bcnwq]For Android, ARM is the de-facto standard and this leads to a problem for Intel and MIPS. Although Android uses Java as its principle programming language, it also allows programmers to take their existing code (in C or C++, for example) and create apps. These “native” apps are generally compiled for ARM processors and not always for Intel or MIPS. To get around this Intel and MIPS need to use special translation software which converts the ARM instructions into code for their processors. This of course impacts performance.