KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC (ANDROID) - Why's my device not listed?

UPDATE (9/30): A patch has been released to implement support for the Note Edge, S6, S6 Edge models is now available.  If you run into problems after updating, please open a support ticket with us.

http://support.aspyr.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

 

UPDATE: The Galaxy Note Edge and S6 and S6 Edge are unsupported due to graphic and performance issues.  If you have purchased the game already for this device, send in your proof of purchase and your 'About this Device' screenshot so we can process a refund for you if purchased through the Google Play Store. 

If you purchased it through Amazon, please contact them directly to request a refund.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201357430

Hey team Android!

First off, our sincere thanks for your support on our release of Knights of the Old Republic for Android. Its super exciting to see Star Wars fans play one of the best RPG's ever made on their preferred device.

As many of you have pointed out, we need to expand our list of supported devices so that more KOTOR fans can play. We are actively doing so (and have added about 10 in the past week), but because the Android device list is so extensive (over 11k devices to be exact), we need your help to understand where the nooks and crannies are.

The criteria that we base support on are:

  • At LEAST 5GB of built in storage (The game cannot be moved to an SD card)
  • Android OS version has to be 4.3 or newer.  If an update is not available for your device, it is not supported to run KOTOR.
  • 1-3 GB of RAM

Full list of supported devices can be found here: http://www.aspyr.com/games/star-wars-knights-of-the-old-republic-mobile

We will group the info based on popularity, buy the devices and then vet for inclusion if possible. I'll update the post with what devices we are adding for test.

Thank you all so much for your input, and more importantly supporting premium gaming on Android!

For technical assistance with already supported devices, please open a support ticket with us:  support@aspyr.com.

 

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Comments

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    Hat3d On3 Aj

    Heey um idk wat type of LG sorry but all LG's should be on the list B cuz mines is not

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    Hat3d On3 Aj

    LG optimus

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    Hat3d On3 Aj

    Should Be one on list

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    Xelasarg

    Galaxy Note 2 (N7100) works like a charm, except some mysterious frame drops (sent a support request already). Without shadows, performance is great.

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    Mkanha

    You have done the Z3 Compact, how about the better Z2 Xperia tablet.
    Thanks.

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    Ffjdog911

    ASUS Transformer Pad Tablets. Specifically the TF300T model.

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    Mike Stockdale

    HP Slate 7.

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    Dreahnian

    Droid Maxx (not razr maxx)

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    Brian Aldridge

    ASUS Transformer Pad (TF701T)

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    Edward

    Galaxy S5 Sport (from sprint). This phone has the full technical specifications of the base Galaxy S5

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    Edward

    In fact, the only difference is the case and lack of fingerprint scanner (so that you can have hard buttons). I doubt you would even need to test the Galaxy S5 Sport since it should be the same as the base S5

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    Bja32810

    Dell Venue 8 (3840)
    Android 4.4
    Intel® Atom™ processor Z3480 (up to 2.1GHz Dual-Core)
    8.0 inch IPS display with FHD (1920 x 1200) resolution with capacitive multi-touch
    1GB LP DDR3
    Intel® HD Graphics (Imagination PowerVR G6400)
    16GB eMMC
    802.11 AC + Miracast + Bluetooth 4.0
    32 GB MicroSD Card

    This is so laughable. It's like a software maker for MS Windows saying , OMG there's 10 milliion possible pc combinations! how can we ever support them all? CPU's made by Intel and AMD? Graphics from AMD, intel, and Nvidia? How can we ever support the wide range of hardware?

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    Xander Ked

    Samsung Note 10.1 2014 Edition running Android 4.4.2. Should run it like a champ. Thanks.

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    Gary Honickel

    Why not the Droid Maxx? It is essentially the same as the moto X

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    Frederick

    Xperia sp, because almost the same hardware as moto x ( difference sp: only 1 gb ram) and has excellent controller support

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    Carter C

    I would look into more droid devices, such as the Droid Ultra. Its has the same internal specifications as the Moto X if i am not mistaken and runs the same OS. This game was the greatest game of my childhood and am dying to get another go at it. Since you know, its easier for you to code it for my phone than for me to dish out 500 crisp ones for new phone to play your game xD.

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    Kyle Clancy

    I was playing on my Galaxy Note 3 just fine and upgraded to the Galaxy Note Edge last week. It is not supported. The Galaxy Note 4 is, but not the Edge. They have the same internals. Only the screen is different! Give me the game back... Haha Please and thank you. Keep up the great work everyone.

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    Dafydd Morgan

    I expect the Sony Xperia Z tablet (Infact I imagine all the Xperia tablets released after that one) should be able to run it fine.

    Hoping you get a chance to test it out at some point, I find it tricky playing games like this on a phone sized screen! KOTOR demands a full sized tablet! :P

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    Casey

    Wikipad. Got it for Christmas, sub par gaming tablet, but should run just fine.

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    Sean Moran

    Loving the port!!!! It runs great on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phone! But i was sooooo sad to see that i could not install the game on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition tablet! The Note 3 and the Note 10.1 2014 are almost exactly the same spec wise so i know that it will run great. Please add the Note tablets to the line up and you will make my day, week, month, year!!! KOTOR is one of my favorites and i am loving your port on my phone, i just wish i could switch to my larger tablet and really rock and roll!! Keep up the good work guys! You rock!!

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    Trent

    Will support be added for the Lenovo yoga 8 inch and 10 inch android tablets?

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    Jan Budina

    Asus Transformer Pad TF 701T

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    Matthew

    I just received a Lenovo Yoga 2 10" Tablet for Christmas, and I would love to be able to play KOTOR with it.

    Specs for the Yoga 2 10" are:

    CPU: Quad core, 1330 MHz, Intel Atom Z3745, 64-bit

    Graphics:Intel HD Graphics

    RAM: 2 GB

    Display Resolution:1920 x 1200 pixels

    Thanks!

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    Deray98

    Galaxy Note Edge

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    Adam

    ASUS TF300T

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    Sean Moran

    @ Matthew
    Hey buddy, your Yoga is a full blown laptop so you can install Steam and purchase the full blown versions of KOTOR 1 and 2 without bothering with this app version. Playing this app version on my phone plunged me back into my love for KOTOR and im also playing KOTOR 2 on my pc via steam and it runs great! Cheers!

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    Matthew

    @ Sean Moran

    I have the Android version of the Lenovo Yoga 2, which cannot install steam, Thanks though.

    Sorry, I should have been more specific.

    So my request still remains to add the Yoga 2 10 Inch Android version to the Test or supported list. Full tech specs for this model can be found here: http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/tablets/lenovo/yoga-tablet-series/yoga-tablet-2-10/#tab-tech_specs

    Thanks!

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    Glen Brown

    works great on my shield, but my wife's Asus K013 crashes at startup

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    Pawel Kunstman

    Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 please!
    There are reports on the web from people who have already sideloaded the game to this device and it seems it works fine. Thanks!

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    Xelasarg

    Right. After a lot of testing and about 3/4 progress into the game, I can confirm the Galaxy Note 2 (N7100) is 100% compatible with KotOR. Not a single issue left after switching from AGNi back to stock kernel.