I really wanted this to work.. But rule 1 of making public apps - make it easy to use (I'm a software developer and it took me 30 minutes to figure out how to add a project..) with clear instructions, not just "unable to add project". Rule 2 - make it work. All projects keep updating and not doing anything else. I have 0 tasks and no data is being crunched. My phine being plugged in and charged. Please fix it so it works at least. :)
Really unobtrusive. Doesn't make phone hot, unlocking lock screen longer, while being able to really compute something. However tried only Collatz conjencture project. Has UI problems such as it doesn't show if project have binaries for android/arm, it can be determined only after registering and trying to run.
Easy to setup Easy to setup and get working, but I found a bug. My Nexus 6 with all settings set to 100% CPU and all 4 cores when it suspends and comes back it only ever uses 1 of 4 cores (but 4 tasks run). Any way to resolve this?
Works well, PLEASE READ It works well but i notice if your take on too many projects it doesn't open. I noticed in the reviews that's a common problem. Try reinstalling it and only agreeing to run around 10 or so projects. I haven't tested the limit but now that i cut back to 7 it works really well.
Wanted this to work To it saw this app and thought it would be a great idea to give over cpu over night to help out research but this version doesn't seem to want to download files to run. Have a older version on S4 and that seems to work or though slow
Installed all attached to seri@home plugged into electrical outlet, fully recharged would not process data units I will stick with the desktop version. Left running for Eight hours didn't perform any work. Uninstalled
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