Hi mike, you shouldn't need a command, once you connect a video cable to your tablet, there should be a option for you to mirror your tablet on external screen. Alternatively, if you have Chromecast, you can use the Chromecast app to mirror your tablet screen onto the Chromecast connected TV set.
Post by james andreson on Apr 27, 2016 4:35:28 GMT
See if your device works with Google Play by checking the list below. When you download the PDF file, devices are ordered alphabetically (A-Z) by manufacturer ... Officially-supported CyanogenMod devices. Helpful Tip. Choose a filter criteria (i.e., select from the vendor options) to view the specified.. This guide provides some tips for using the action bar in ways that support both tablets and handsets. For a detailed discussion of the action bar APIs, read the ...
I know the tablet version is not out yet but I would like to post a tablet which I would be happy if it is added to the supported devices in the future, I would also be very happy to participate in any beta testing as I have a wide knowledge in Android Development and can provide some feedback and any bugs I find. pcappmarket.com/
I have a Galaxy Tab S 10.5" running Lollipop (ROOTED), I'm putting this device on as it's got a 2560x1600 resolution and I find that some apps are not running too good with this resolution. www.pcappguide.com/
Hi Albert: Thank you for your support and offer to help debug, we will keep that in mind as we recruit more beta testers in the future. In the mean time, you can use the existing AndromiumOS app on the Playstore with your tablet. As long as you have a physical keyboard/mouse paired with your tablet, it should work for your device as well.
Hi Kareem Musa: Try setting the UI scaling on the Andromium setting app to be Large or XLarge. that should make the apps to be bigger and easier to use on very high DPI devices.
I have ordered slimport adapters for my Yotaphone 2 where I believe this will be really neat with good performance. Until then I tried it on my ASUS Transformer TF101 and it works really great. Of course I don't run stock rom but use KatKiss so that I'm on KitKat.
Great work Gordon and team!
So you control your phone with the tf101? What stepts did you take?
1) install the app on the tf101 2) connect the phone to the tablet with the standard kabel tot the usb of the dock