[NTLK] Einstein on Android

Forrest newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Wed Jun 10 01:15:31 EDT 2015


Jon:

I’ve been running Einstein on my Hisense Sero 7 Pro with KitKat for almost a year now, and have had full emulation (except there is no sound). My Targus stylus that I originally got years ago for the First Generation iPad works (just) okay—it requires a good bit of pressure, though. A fingertip works well in that it shows up with just slight contact, but lacks the fine touch and subtlety required for serious note writing.

Thanks,
--Forrest

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> On May 29, 2015, at 3:51 AM, Jon Glass <jonglass at usa.net> wrote:
> 
> All this talk about Einstein has me wondering again, how practical is it to
> run it on a Nexus 7 (2013) running Lollipop 5.1? Is it "useful" stable?
> stylus-usable? I tried looking on the github site, but it seems to just
> have the source code, and I really am not up to installing all the parts
> necessary to do a compile, and dealing with dependencies, etc. I just want
> a modern binary, and the parts to run it--but that's not what I'm
> finding... Does it exist (not an older version) and if I must compile, is
> it stable or just still in the experimental stage? I would like to try
> running it, and actually using it for note taking with the notepad, which I
> really, really miss...
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