This is a UEFI firmware targetting mobile devices powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and aiming to provide an usable EDK2 UEFI enviroment for these devices.
It can be used as a boot manager for multi-booting mainline Linux, Android and optionally Windows on certain SoCs.
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You can find supported devices list in devices and state.
Some devices are only supported by older versions of the Renegade Project EDK2 UEFI (prior to v2.0rc2)
Before seeking help, you should try to solve the problem on your own. People are not paid to help you, and they could be busy with other stuff in their lives. It’s recommended to do these before asking for help.
If you still can’t get your problem solved, ask politely in one of the chatting platforms above, or open an issue in the relevant GitHub repo.
The diagram below shows Geekbench 5 running on Windows using currently available drivers. Note that these scores don’t reflect hardware capabilities. And they’re the highest ones found on Geekbench browser.
Check out our Windows on ARM - game/app test list to see what games actually run and how playable they are.
You can contribute to the spreadsheet, feel free to ask for permission using the Request edit access button!
See Acknowledgements & Credits.
Check our Porting guide.