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WINDOWS 8??
#11
Thanks Jeff!! I got the Hannspree 13" and it's perfect for this app. I wish I would have gotten this information sooner!

Do you know if it will upgrade to Android 5 so that I can run the next version?
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#12
Version 5 is a new version of MobileSheets - it will continue to support Android OS versions 2.2 and higher. You won't have to change anything on your Hannspree to get the update.

Mike
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#13
Good, I am glad that is working out for you!

(02-25-2014, 02:16 AM)sdhastings Wrote: Thanks Jeff!! I got the Hannspree 13" and it's perfect for this app. I wish I would have gotten this information sooner!

Do you know if it will upgrade to Android 5 so that I can run the next version?
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#14
Has anyone tried running MobileSheets on their Windows Tablet using BlueStacks? I'd be interested in know how well it works....if at all.
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#15
I've tried using Bluestacks with my surface pro. It works ok, but the way that Bluestacks acts, I have to double click everything. That's with all apps but not always consistent...

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#16
I really want to pull trigger on a Surface Pro 3, but one of the reasons is so that I can use it to run MS on that big, beautiful screen. I was hoping that Bluestacks or Andy might allow me to do that until a Windows app is available. It doesn't sound like this is a very good option.

I am also considering the Samsung Note Pro 12.2, but I would really rather have the Surface 3.

Decisions, decisions...........
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#17
If any of you can construct a cloning machine and lend it to me, I'll get to work on the Windows 8 version ASAP! Smile

Mike
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#18
(11-16-2014, 11:34 AM)TFender Wrote: I am also considering the Samsung Note Pro 12.2, but I would really rather have the Surface 3.

Decisions, decisions...........

I highly recommend the Note Pro 12.2. The s-pen is a very handy feature, and battery life is no problem at all. I have done three one-hour concerts on one battery with no problem at all. (Battery goes from 100% to ~75%) Screen size is quite adequate, and I have performed in direct sunlight for some weddings and the screen was readable at full brightness. As for Windows tablets in general, their app store has mostly junk in my opinion. Most of the apps I use and take for granted on Android are not available for the Windows app platform.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
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#19
I just installed DuOS on my Surface Pro 3 and now I can run every Android app that is in the app store. Mobilesheets works very well in full screen, as does IMSLPDroid. Check http://www.amiduos.com I was really surprised that it is so unknown!
So, no cloning of Mike neededWink, DuOS clones Android for you.
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#20
(12-25-2014, 03:31 AM)Barotti Wrote: I just installed DuOS on my Surface Pro 3 and now I can run every Android app that is in the app store. Mobilesheets works very well in full screen, as does IMSLPDroid. Check http://www.amiduos.com I was really surprised that it is so unknown!
So, no cloning of Mike neededWink, DuOS clones Android for you.

I have to correct this: MS DID work in DuOS but now I cannot open the overlay menu and not use the zoom function. Maybe due to some windows update or whatever. Also windows sleepmode keeps causing problems...
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