This is a port of JPC for Android. JPC is a pure Java emulation of an x86 PC hardware in software.
Bundled in this release is FreeDOS (Like MS-DOS) and a selection of shareware games on a virtual drive C:/
This emulator is extremely demanding and will only run on modern devices. Keyboard and mouse input is very basic and is still in development.
This is intended for demonstration use only, although the bundled games run, they are not playable.
JPC is open source software and available here:
You needn't install this plugin if you use armeabi-v7a CPU devices (include most of Samsung Galaxy and HTC/Moto/Sony Android phones/tablets), this is for armeabi, mpis and x86 CPUs devices only.
Backup PDF plugin for Moon+ Reader Pro v2.2.4+, Features:
*Fill out PDF Form
*Highlight, annotation, handwriting
*Smart scroll lock, smooth reading experience
*Night mode support, 6 additional pdf themes available
*Dual-page mode for landscape screen
*Speech, auto-scroll compatible
*Read statistics, sync, flip animation available
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This is the QVD client for the Android platform.
Currently the only supported platform is arm, that is the intel platform (x86) is not supported.
QVD is a highly scalable, cost effective, easy to manage, open source VDI solution built on top of Linux.
The main focus is to provide desktop access for large number of users with a very small footprint for each user session by:
* Using the same OS image for all the users (using overlays)
* Sharing memory between user processes (using LXC)
* Using small bandwidth (using NX)
This version includes the Xvncpro application, you should be able to use the qvdclient instead of the xvncpro application as X11 / X server.
1) How do I test it
Register in http://theqvd.com for the demo and use the following info
Login: your email address
password: will be emailed to you
Currently it only works for arm devices, that is the intel platform (x86) is not supported (work in progress)
A free version is embedded in the qvd client application (search Google Play for qvdclient), which you can invoke with Menu->Xvnc console, or the xvncpro icon.
This should be seen as a tool do port existing X11 applications to Android. See the help page for information about how to transparently invoke the X server from your application.
Information about how to use the X server with ssh to export remote display of your linux dektop can be found in the help section.
If you don't know what all this is then probably this application is not for you :-)
This work has been sponsored by Qindel for their QVD project, which I credit here http://theqvd.com