2.2.3

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    Anyone know of a version of minecraft that will install and play on this version of android? I keep getting a parsing error on the newer versions of the game that I've tried.
     
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    Actually 2.3.6 is the version I'm using
     
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    According to Minecraft Wiki, you should be able to play every version, since it requires 2.3 or higher since 0.6.0
    I bet your phone doesn't have an ARM7 CPU, so it won't run.
     
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    It would've been nice if you had also told phones model, like matpower said android version is only one factor and there may be other things that game needs. Also if possible I would highly recommend trying to upgrade to 4.X for security reasons.
     
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    Oh yeah my bad, I have a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit II.

    Anyways, I tried a rip-off version of the game and really didn't find it all that interesting. But I definitely need to upgrade my phone soon so I can play every game that I want to play.
     
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    The problem is, he most likely needs to root and flash the 4.x rom himself since it's an old Samsung phone and Samsung is pretty awful when it comes to releasing OS updates for their phones.
     
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    Main reason why I have started to avoid samsung branded phones at all costs, other one being that if they happen to update something they usually take easy routes and mess everything up.

    Like you said it's old phone so it shouldn't hurt to try rooting if doing safety measures as warranty has most likely already ended, new features and security patches are always good thing. Of course that also means that phone definitly is old and was budget phone from beginning then maybe even considering upgrading whole phone if you want to do more demanding stuff with mobile.
     
  8. Drink the Bleach

    Drink the Bleach This New Member died on Sep 10, 2014

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    Survival craft is the best minecraft ripoff and is arguably better than minecraft on Android.