Page 1 of 1

Android Tablets That iGigBook Supports

Posted: Thu Jan 22, 2015 11:35 am
by SiteAdmin
iGigBook only runs on Android devices that are running Android 5/Lollipop. Here is a current list of devices that are running Android 5/Lollipop:

  • Google Nexus Tablets
  • Asus Tablets
  • Samsung Tablets
  • LG Tablets
  • Acer Tablets
  • HP Slate Tablets
  • Lenovo Tablets
  • Sony Experia Tablets
  • Nvidia Tablets
  • Nokia Tablets
  • Dell Tablets
  • Fujitsu Tablets
  • Huawei Tablets
  • Micromax Tablets
  • Pegatron Tablets
  • Sharp Tablets
  • Wind River Tablets
  • Alcatel Tablets
  • Symphony Teleca Tablets
  • Positivo Tablets
  • Barnes & Nobles Tablets
[/b]

We will update this list as new devices become available.

Posted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:33 pm
by Phil Smith
Even though it's not on this "official" list, my current gigging tablet is a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 with a CyanogenMod Android 5 ROM. Inside of 6 months, Android 5 will be widely adopted even though the going is slow currently.

Re: Android Tablets That iGigBook Supports

Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:03 pm
by Don MacLean
Hi Phil,
I have Igigbook working on my new Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, and it is fantastic! Uploading the new android lollipop system to accomodate IgigBook was easy, and IgigBook was a breeze to install. The larger size screen makes a huge difference for me. I am slowly mothballing Igigbook on my IPAD. Well done on making Igigbook work with an Android operating system. For musicians at any skill level, Igigbook is the only way to fly!

Don M

Re: Android Tablets That iGigBook Supports

Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 11:07 pm
by Phil Smith
Thanks Don, glad it's working out for you.

Re: Android Tablets That iGigBook Supports

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2015 8:13 pm
by spinality
I thought I should post a note here about iGigBook under the AMI DuOS Android emulator, under Windows (http://amiduos.com/). This is a viable iGigBook platform that I am now using for regular gigs, on an HP ENVY 15 x360 PC convertible notebook with a huge 15.6" display. There are a few issues, related to a) the mechanics of getting DuOS running on a given Windows platform, b) coming up with a good stand to hold the notebook (there are a few choices but standard tablet stands won't hold the big notebooks), and c) some differences/issues with the Android version of iGigBook, which are steadily being addressed. But all in all, and even though this is not an official supported iGigBook platform, DuOS under Windows is definitely worth considering if you need a large display capable of presenting two full-size pages side-by-side. It kicks the butt of every other Windows-based music reader that I have found.