Very nice app! It would be interesting to document if there are features that have not been completely implemented? The MK61 seems to be known for its "extra" undocumented features. rgds
Excellent! Отлично! Thank you very much for this! Now if only I had all the calculator game books I had as a child. Спасибо!
Excellent! I wonder if there are any plans to support MK-52 (along with "A^" and "^v" commands)?
Installed immediately Elektronika MK52 is the first handheld i obtained in the school. The old guy is still around, almost like in day one, btw. The line of these machines was famous with the endless undocumented features, and this emulator seems to support them. I followed the description of the app and have seen how the base emulator was developed (with all the reverse-engineering methots, etc). Very good work! P.S. No ads and ridiculous permissions, one more big plus for the author!
I ordered a real MK 61 from eBay after trying this emulator. The behavior is exactly the same, except the emulator runs programs a little bit faster than the real one. A fun calculator to learn how to use.
I don't know My lack of education is frustrating. New goal, learn why one would want this app. Then how to use it.
- fixed state saving instability on leaving app
- fixed layout resizing glitch
- switching calculator off and state saving/loading became faster
- added user preferences for:
* type of on/off and angle mode switches (checkbox/radio buttons or slider)
* vibration intensity
* buttons outline
* labels text size