OT Android tablets


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John Doe

First thing I did was figure out how to make a complete backup of
the system. So far, looks very much like using Macrium Reflect on
a PC. Requires a "recovery" application called "TWRP" or the other
leading brand. I don't know if it's taking proper care of
programs/data that might be on the SD card, will see. If the
backup scheme works, that's a huge percentage of system
maintenance.

It also has a very popular macro/script making program. Also
includes speech recognition (maybe the best comes with the Nuance
Skype keyboard). I was planning on combining speech with
scripting, but currently I doubt that will work.
 
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John Doe

One cool thing about tablets for us gurus is the fact that some of
them like Android work well with your PC skillz. That is, skillful
use of the personal computer helps a lot (loads) for working with
the tablet.
 
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John Doe

The fact that you can modify the stock software promises to be
much fun! I've got it to where I can load a stock program for
modification but I might be missing some configuration setup stuff
that a real programmer would know about. That is the kind of stuff
that would be saved in a project folder. I suspect that IDE
configuration information is missing from the Google software
repository.

Using Android Studio beta. In order to test the program under
development, you just plug the tablet into a USB port on your
computer. I tried the emulating a tablet but it appeared to fail
miserably, so the hardware plug-in will do.

Wouldn't it be cool if you could modify Windows programs?
 

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