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    Smile Android & Java

    With the craze of android tablets in the market I was wondering if anyone found or know of a path for view Tridium/Java applets on an Android browser or device. I have found that viewsonic is coming out with a 10 inch dual boot pad, but I was wondering if anyone knew of any ways to do this directly with android.

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    me too

    i want a new toy and im bouncing backforth on the ipad and the android tablet
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    Quote Originally Posted by viceman View Post
    me too

    i want a new toy and im bouncing backforth on the ipad and the android tablet
    I've got a great site that I can see all my dashboards in flash, but want to see the BAS graphics and need some java support. Best thing I could find was the dual boot device coming out Q1 2011 by Viewsonic. Its not all android, but at least I can see my stuff until google and oracle are done with their feud.

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    And when will it work on an iPhone or anything else portable? Please tell me so I know what to buy!

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    try logging on with a Hx profile.... no java necessary
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    try logging on with a Hx profile.... no java necessary
    Thanks, I didn't know about that option.

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    there is actually some sort of I phone app for fx.
    i havent looked at it yet.
    an fx with the gprs modem and an i pad would be a great set up for a building.
    (if it works consistantly)
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    Here's a video of AX 3.5 using the Hx Handheld Web Profile on Android 2.2 (Froyo)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmVqO7Cm_HE

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    Tridium Android

    I have a simple interface for customers to turn things on and off without messing up the system. http://youtu.be/vVfEu2NfpeI
    Works on all tablets and phones,Android and Ios

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrspe View Post
    I have a simple interface for customers to turn things on and off without messing up the system. http://youtu.be/vVfEu2NfpeI
    Works on all tablets and phones,Android and Ios
    More info please....

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    Hello All,


    Not trying to hijack this thread. I have hx handheld profile that works perfect on the ipad/iphone, but not on the android systems. Seems like it cuts the graphic in half and will not scroll. What am I missing?
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