The heads are our open source replacements so that games that require Mii’s don’t crash. You can fix this by dumping your 3DS’ system archives and shared fonts.
You can resize a QR-code’s picture a whole more painfully than it would be to implement something like that. For example (open the picture in seperate tabs to see what I mean):
This picture would be too big for the scanner:
Whilst this picture would scan just fine:
Both these images are the same size. The only thing different about them is that the QR-code-to-image size ratio of the second image is a lot less than the first image.
Google Pixel devices are 64-bit and it can run Citra on Google Pixel devices. 64-bit has more color palettes than 32-bit. Why Google Camera is supported only on Google Pixel devices and it isn’t compatible with POCO devices. Citra isn’t compatible with 32-bit due to color limit.
2-bit has 8 colors
4-bit has 16 colors
8-bit has 256 colors
16-bit has 65,536 colors
32-bit has 4,29,49,67,295 colors
64-bit has 34,359,738,360 colors
Why are you posting this in a year old topic? Nobody is talking about Google Pixel devices, nor the reason why Citra doesn’t have a 32-bit version.
3DS is 64-bit. Users can easily to buy Google Pixel devices to download Citra. Citra isn’t supported on 32-bit. It’s supported on 64-bit and requires Android 8.0 Version and up. Google Pixel devices are Android with 64-bit. Citra also can work on Google Pixel devices but requires Google Pixel 2 and up (Android 8.0 and up). Google Pixel 2 is Android 8.0
64-bit Android devices are EXPENSIVE. cost $800
Only incredibly low-end phones still come with a 32-bit Android version installed. With that, I mean only phones that cost around 100 dollars fall into that price bracket.
I bought my Poco X3 Pro “64-bit” phone for around 200 dollars. Works fine with Citra. Not every Android device is a Google pixel, it’s far from the only viable option for Citra. What’s most important is that the phone has a Snapdragon SoC for best performance. The latest pixel phone, doesn’t have one. So I wouldn’t recommend that.