You are using an deprecated version.
also just found out that auido doesnt work
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On Jan 1, 2012, at 5:25 AM, tabletsx86 <rbg.tab...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Google Apps contain the proprietary Google applications that come pre-
> installed with most android devices.
> Due to licensing restrictions, these apps cannot come pre-installed
> and must be installed separately.
> Available from Cyanogenmod:
OK, I think I found the fundamental reason.
The http_stack used by android-x86 is 'android',
while armv7a uses 'chrome'.
about line 100-120)
However, we are unable to enable chrome stack,
since it requres v8 engine, which is arm only now.
This is also the root cause of Youtube crashing --
the stagefright http streaming requires chrome stack.