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Old 02-13-2024, 09:05 AM
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Default Re: Amazon Fire HD10 Not Reliable as S1 Meters

Its looking like the new Markers stuff is whats causing a lot of the slowdowns in Avid Control. Turning that pref of does help, whilst we look into it.

For the next release we have managed to move software processing threads around so that instead of an 'old/slow' tablet just falling offline it waits to catch up now. We will next look at speeding that up too.

Both the new 13th gen Fire 11 and 10 have switched to new CPU's and are way faster now. We still hope to make the older 9th and 11th gen Fire 10s better though.
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