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  • Re: Newest Verbum/Logos Android app that works with Android 4.0.4?

    4.3.9 is the most recent version of Logos that will run on Android 4.04. It is fairly snappy on my Kepler Pro, though its feature list now looks somewhat limited compared to more recent versions. So far, the only resource that I use frequently that will not open on 4.3.9 is the New Interpreter's Bible. Of course, the list of non-working resources will
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Mark Nolette on Wed, Nov 1 2017
  • New Android e-Ink devices with Android 6.0 on the way

    For all you eInk fans out there, you may be interested in this . Onyx will be introducing some new eInk devices in early 2018, and two of them will run Android 6.0. They are larger devices (9.7 inch and up) and so may be a bit more expensive. But they should work well with Logos/Verbum for some time to come. No word yet on whether Onyx will offer smaller
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Mark Nolette on Thu, Oct 19 2017
  • Newest Verbum/Logos Android app that works with Android 4.0.4?

    Yes, I know, it's an Android dinosaur! And I know that Faithlife doesn't support 4.0.4. Still... I now have an eInk device that runs Android 4.0.4 - but there should be a 4.4 upgrade for it fairly soon, or so we are told. In the meantime - what is the newest version of the Verbum/Logos app that works with 4.0.4? I have Logos 4.3.9 now on that device
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Mark Nolette on Mon, Sep 25 2017
  • Re: Best e-ink Reader for Logos?

    I happen to have two Android E-Ink devices: a Boyue T63 and an Onyx Boox C67ML Carta 2. Both have six inch displays and run Android 4.2.2. (As of now, the oldest Android version supported by FL is 4.4.) You can get these devices, but only through vendors in Europe and China. Yes, that version of Android is no longer supported by FL. However, Verbum
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Fri, Aug 18 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] Mark, I, too, got an extra 3 GB when I updated to the Creator's Update, but it wasn't enough of a gain to get all of my Logos installation on the eMMC. Basically, what I did was install Logos using Method 2 (see the wiki). Before I copied over my existing Data folder to the new installation, I took the Resources folder out
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sat, May 6 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] [quote user="Mark Nolette"] Hi, Bill, I was out of touch as I wasn't feeling terribly well. Sorry that you went through all that trouble only to find that running Logos from eMMC wouldn't work for you. But it's great that you are satisfied with its performance from the microSD card. I'm glad that Macrium Reflect was a help
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Fri, May 5 2017
  • Re: The Internet Is Not Everywhere

    One solution to this issue could be a small Windows tablet. I have a Dell Venue 8 Pro 5855. It has 4 GB of RAM, a 64 GB eMMC internal drive, and an Atom processor. You can install the desktop version of Logos on it. As fast as a laptop/desktop with an i5 processor? Of course not. But everything works, online and offline. Used tablets like this Dell
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Mark Nolette on Wed, Apr 19 2017
  • Re: Anyone on Creators Update Win 10

    I upgraded to the Creators Update on my Dell Venue 8 Pro 5855. The upgrade went smoothly, and everything seems to work fine. Once I used Disk Cleanup to remove my old Windows installation, I noticed that I had gained 3 GB of free disk space compared to my old installation. With a 64 GB internal drive, that's significant. I like the new Night Light feature
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Tue, Apr 18 2017
  • Re: Logos on eInk/eReader Device

    [quote user="Ramy Gabra"] Hi So just to confirm, is version 5.6.2 is highest version that can be installed on Android 4.2.2 [/quote] I have 5.12.4 on my Boyue T63 with Android 4.2.2. Everything still works!
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Thu, Apr 6 2017
  • How do you use Logos/Verbum?

    One day, I had this idea. You can decide if it's a good one or not. The people who work at Faithlife and everyone else who participates in these forums all see the questions, suggestions, difficulties and bugs that people find while using Logos/Verbum. But how often do we see what people actually do with this software? How does it contribute to our
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Tue, Apr 4 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] I reintstalled Windows on my Dell Venue 8 Pro and installed Logos to the main drive. Everything ran better from the internal eMMC drive than from microSD, but alas, I only had something like 1GB left on the internal eMMC. I turns out I had miscalculated the amount of space my Logos setup took on disk. So, I had to revert
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sun, Apr 2 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] I have created an image of my Dell Venue 8 Pro's eMMC and tucked that away safely. I have a USB flash drive with Windows on it that the DV8P sees when accessing the boot menu on startup. When I select it, the tablet just boots to my desktop. I had another USB drive that it wouldn't recognize at all from the boot menu. All
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sun, Mar 26 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] Augustine, Thank you for your reply. I hadn't thought to take into consideration Dell bloatware in its Windows image. Maybe that would get me over the onboard storage limitation I face with a library of 34GBs. So, if I wipe this out and reinstall a clean image of Windows 10 Pro, will the tablet activate Windows? [/quote
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Tue, Mar 21 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] Thanks, Mark. This tablet would have been great with 128GB eMMC. The screen is gorgeous, the digitizer and pen work great and the tablet runs relatively cool. One question you may be able to answer: Aside from formatting the SD as NTFS (which I did) and going to "Storage" under Settings to tell the tablet to install programs
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Tue, Mar 21 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] I received my Dell Venue 8 Pro 5855 and have installed Logos on a 128GB Lexar UHS-II microSDXC card. It is one of the fastest cards out there, but unfortunately the SD card reader in the 5855 limits the read/write speeds to less than half of the potential speeds of this card. Nevertheless, Logos runs fine on it -- when the
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Tue, Mar 21 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] ....Bill mine comes with the pen and the keyboard though. I like what you are all saying about this DVP 8 5855 and may check it out instead for mobile windows on a larger tablet for just LOGOS use maybe. [/quote] Hi! I think that the 5855 is a good solution for someone who wants the full functionality of Logos on a mobile platform
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sun, Mar 12 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] I have a DVP 8 5855 coming. I'll probably need to delete the recovery partition on the eMMC in order to get more of the 64 GB available to me. My Logos data folder is 33.5 GB. If not, I may have to install on a fast micro SD card. I did that with the Asus Vivotab Note 8 I had a while back and it worked fine. [/quote] Hi
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sat, Mar 11 2017
  • Re: What Tablet?

    [quote user="Paul C"] Just for the record, the Dell Venue 8 pro 5855 we've been discussing is a Windows 10 based unit. It accepts the full desktop version of logos/Verbum. You can store your complete library on the internal drive and have all the bells and whistles you enjoy on your PC, including working offline. [/quote] Hi, Paul, Just for the record
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sat, Mar 11 2017
  • Re: Power Tip: Logos on e-ink with page turn buttons working!

    For those who prefer to scroll a resource up or down, the buttons can be remapped to simulate a swipe up or down. You can remap the right hardware button as "swipe up" by doing something like this: input swipe 600 1100 600 300. The left button can be remapped as "swipe down" by: input swipe 600 300 600 1100. Just another option!
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 8 2017
  • Re: Power Tip: Logos on e-ink with page turn buttons working!

    Yes, these devices have limited RAM and CPU speed, so they can't handle too much at once. I sometimes need to open the window that displays all open apps and shut down everything except Verbum for best performance. But they are great for reading, and worth the extra effort!
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 8 2017
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