Citra on android: Exynos

Are you optimizing citra for Exynos in a close future? Its sad that people without snapdragon cant play in citra (My cellphone is a Samsung Galaxy S10, 8GB RAM, 128 GB storage)

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In order for us to provide better support, we need to see the log generated by Citra. This guide will walk you through how you can obtain the log file: How to Upload the Log File.

Would also be really interested in if the Exynos is going to be looked at. Galaxy phones are massively popular around the world so hopefully it’ll be looked into. My understanding was it’s as good if not better than Snapdragon?

Maybe its better but every emulator is always made for snapdragon, so idk

I’m also on a S20 exynos, if I can help with log files or other stuff let me know.
So far I already like it :pray:

actually, some chips are performing worse than its snapdragon counterpart

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Nah that’s only benchmark nonsense. If everything in life is as it is in sandbox, simulation then it would be way simplier.

The truth is Exynos is just as powerful as SD problem are people who refuse to acknowledge and put more effort in optimizing cause they are either used to something or keep pondering about the whole division (Citra MMJ is proof concept that it’s possible to make Citra run well even on Mediatek SoC)