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[offtopic] Stupid answers

Postby tulamide » Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:14 pm

Just wanted to share it, because it's both, hilarious and aggravating.

When trying to download a specific game from Google's Play Store, Google claimed "your device is not compatible". I couldn't believe it and asked the developers of the game. I spare you the details of the emails. It all boils down to this:

My phone's specs
4 GB RAM, 64-bit, ARMv8.2-A, Android 10, 40 GB free storage

The game's minimum requirements
3 GB RAM, 64-bit, ARMv8, Android 7, 10 GB free storage

So the answer to my question, why I can't access the game, is, "beacuse you meet the requirements". It's moments like these, where I doubt the general intelligence of human kind.
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Re: [offtopic] Stupid answers

Postby adamszabo » Sun Apr 04, 2021 6:28 pm

I share your pain, sometimes I get the same thing, even though my phone meets the minimum requirements :evil:
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Re: [offtopic] Stupid answers

Postby Spogg » Mon Apr 05, 2021 7:35 am

I have a couple of android tablets for my grandsons to use when they visit and this occasionally happens.

My suspicion is that some devs are using a faulty or out of date library to check system specs. Or maybe they aren’t using the library correctly. It’s annoying for sure and they get very disappointed.
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Re: [offtopic] Stupid answers

Postby josevo » Tue May 04, 2021 10:34 am

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In those days, "plug'n play" devices and USB connectors were yet very rare in some countries, the only solution was to reboot.
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Re: [offtopic] Stupid answers

Postby SelmaAdam » Wed Jun 09, 2021 12:45 pm

All my fears in one :D .It's sad using a lot of data bundles the find an application is not compatible.Devs should find a way to check first the specs before installing.
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