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  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    Did you get it working with Disk Utility? I actually just bought a Mac (my very first) a few months ago, but I couldn't get the process to work through Disk Utility. I have access to a Windows PC occasionally, and the instructions I had were for Windows. That occasional access is one thing that slows down the process of me doing up "translated" directions
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Fri, Apr 11 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    Makes sense to me. It's been a busy day, but I'll put something together when I get a chance. Since it's on this board, I won't presume anything, but just do it step-by-step so that anyone who would be using a forum like this should be able to follow it easily. (Well, at least I hope it will be clear!)
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Thu, Apr 10 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    Have you ever worked with image or partition software before? If not, then you may need a step-by-step guide for the whole process. The ideal thing is if you know someone who is the local "computer geek" and who could walk you through it all in person. If not, I can write up something for you, though it may be a fairly long post. I could email it to
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Thu, Apr 10 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    I've never done a video like that. I'll see what I can do. No promises! I like the the way that Logos runs in general. Even though everything is in grayscale and not color, that isn't generally an issue. A passage guide runs well, especially when your resources have been downloaded. It's a little slower than a Nexus 7 would be, but not by much. You
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Wed, Apr 9 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    Well, I can now scratch one itch. My new Kobo Aura HD arrived yesterday. Today, I was able to set up Android (Gingerbread, 2.3.4) on an external microSD card and get it to run. The Logos and Verbum apps work! I downloaded a couple of resources and did a Passage Guide. It's a bit slower than a Nexus 7 would be, there is the occasional E-Ink screen refresh
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Tue, Apr 8 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    [quote user="NYSERVANT"] Another way I've done it is by running team viewer and project from my computer screen to my nook so I can read from my desktop version. [/quote] I didn't think you could run the team viewer app on a Nook Simple Touch. Can you? How well does it work? I have an NST, and that would be a good solution.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    They look promising, but as far as I know, they aren't available in the USA - though you can get the Prestigio in Canada. If I'm wrong, great!
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    I found an update on the Earl site. It will run Android 4.4. Even better!
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Sun, Apr 6 2014
  • Re: Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    Sadly, that hack doesn't work on the Aura, because (correct me if I'm wrong) the Aura lacks a microSD slot. Someone else figured out how to do something similar for the Aura, I believe, but you'd have to open your device and play with the internal SD card. That's pretty chancy.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Sun, Apr 6 2014
  • Anyone want to run the Logos Android app on an E-Ink tablet or e-reader?

    I have been dreaming of having an E-Ink Android tablet or e-reader that could run the Logos app and other text-intensive apps. Well, the time may be upon us! Check out www.meetearl.com . Earl is an E-ink Android tablet that runs Android 4.1. It has all the usual Android tablet features, including a backlight for the display. But it's also designed for
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Nolette on Sun, Apr 6 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    Yes, it sounds like you have a microSD card problem. I can't tell you more than that, though. I found that the Dell stylus works well with the Venue 8 Pro. Be sure you update the firmware for stylus support. The new firmware wasn't on my Dell when it arrived three weeks ago. That will make your stylus work better. I have never used the stylus you have
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Mon, Mar 31 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    Hi, Peter, Yes, I'm using the same microSD card in my Dell that I had in my ViviTab Smart. I haven't had any issues so far. For me, the disappearing microSD trick didn't happen all that often, but often enough to be annoying (maybe 2-4 times per week). I don't know if it's a hardware or software issue with the VivoTab. Early on, some people reported
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 26 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    If you use TouchMousePointer on your Windows 8 or 8.1 tablet, I also recommend Start 8 and ModernMix from Stardock. Start 8 sets up a Windows 7-like start button and menu, so you can open legacy and Modern apps from that menu. ModernMix lets you run Modern apps as windows on the desktop. I rarely do highlighting, so I'm sorry I can't be of any help
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 26 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    I ended up buying the Dell Venue 8 Pro, because of the price and a couple of other factors. I also bought the Dell stylus, which works fine. But I can also vouch for the TouchMousePointer that Brian suggests. In the mode he recommends, it works quite well. I don't know how the Asus is set up with its recovery drive, but with the Dell you can easily
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 26 2014
  • Re: Will the new Dell Venue 8.1 Windows Tablets run Logos?

    Hi, Peter, From the reviews I read, the stylus had a number of issues. The main ones were a delay in registering when you had stopped writing with it (if you were using One Note or something like that), which would cause tails to appear after the letters you wrote, and basic inconsistency. Sometimes it would work, sometimes not. I had the tails appear
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sun, Mar 16 2014
  • Re: Will the new Dell Venue 8.1 Windows Tablets run Logos?

    Well, I've been interested in a small Windows 8 tablet that would allow me to run Logos 5 and be very portable, so that when I wanted to simply sit in my favorite chair, I could do reading and light study in side-by-side windows. I didn't need a larger, more expensive tablet. I have my laptop for serious work. Last year, I bought the Asus VivoTab Smart
    Posted to General by Mark Nolette on Sun, Mar 16 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    Thanks again, Bill. You've been very helpful.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    Hi, Bill. Thanks for your reply. Yes, I've read some of those complaints about the Dell stylus and how a new update MAY have fixed the problems (some say yes, others, not quite). You will want a dependable stylus for OneNote! My guess is that a good stylus also helps in working with Logos on an 8 inch screen. I've also seen how the Bay Trail CPUs are
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Re: Asus VivoTab Note 8 64 GB

    It will be interesting to compare the Asus to the Dell. The Asus has a Wacom stylus, the Dell's stylus isn't Wacom. The Asus has an eMMC hard drive, while the Dell has an SSD. The Dell is less expensive, even when you figure in the separate stylus. Other specs seem identical. If I get a little extra money, I'll be very tempted to get one of them! It
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Nolette on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Re: Verbum Suggestion: Vatican II Collection

    Good suggestion. I'll try it. However, I wasn't thinking so much of the Vatican II documents in Flannery; I was thinking of other Church documents. For example, there is a reference in canon 602 of the 1983 Code of Canon law to the document Venite Seorsum, which is in Flannery. However, the link doesn't take me to Flannery. It simply lists the official
    Posted to Suggestions by Mark Nolette on Tue, Feb 18 2014
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