Works great! On my Galaxy Tab A 8.0, I had to select native resolution and 0.5 font scaling for everything to display correctly. It even works with Samsung S Pen, but when trying to right click with the pen, Samsung air command comes up at the same time, but that isn't really an issue for me because it's supposed to do that.
Works great I had no issues using this with the "Linux Deploy" app in the Google Play store. I installed Debian and use the XFCE window manager. For hardware, I used the TF300T, a convertible tablet running KatKiss and a Bluetooth mouse. YouTube videos can play in the Linux browser, but only at very low quality (which is quite impressive given the lack of hardware acceleration)
Seems surprisingly stable I'm really surprised at how well it works (having tried some of the alternatives). Some issues: it refuses to use the built in keyboard on my device, and there is no obvious way to back out or modify configuration (back button brings up the keyboard). It does seem to work quite happily with XFCE4.
Amazing tool! Works greatly! Can you check the thing, when you connect mouse via OTG cable, device shows 2 cursors, please add detection of connected mouse to hide 1 cursor, this will be great! Thanks for all your work :)
works mostly. usable using with 'Linux Deploy'. works flawlessly except: - hardware keyboard (layout of all but letters completely screwed) - font rendering (minor blemish)
Works great. 24bpp mode is a bit slow on Pixel C - any way to speed it up? (I'm trying to use Inkscape but I would need full color for that...)
Added theqvd support