Why is pi 4 support still in "beta"?
akamming last edited by
don't get me wrong, this is not criticism. i very much appreciate all the hard work from all the developers here. But as i read the reactions in the forum (and i have the same experience myself) i am convinced pi 4 in combi with RetroPie is a very powerful combination and a great emulation experience and seems to be quite stable. However on 4.6 pi 4 support is stilled called beta.
I think it would do much more credit to the software and the developers to communicate full support.
So i was wondering: What is the reason why pi 4 support is still called beta?
ReadyPlayaWon Banned last edited by
From the the announcement page ...
We are marking the Raspberry Pi 4 image as beta for now – primarily as there are still some things to improve on, but most packages run well.
zerojay last edited by
Vsync issues with FKMS I'm sure is part of that.
Darksavior last edited by Darksavior
The pi4 drivers are still a wip and they aren't in charge of those. Then there's the slowdowns with emulationstation. I've no stability issues.
I have had stability issues with lakka, though.