It is very difficult to say. I didn’t get any incompatibility reports in the past. The only problem I can see is when your CPU is to slow since DroidPSK makes a lot of calculations. If you have access to Android Market and try it out. You have a 15 minute window to get a refund. If you find out that you are not happy with DroidPSK after the 15 minutes let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will issue a refund.
I have an ACER Iconia Tablet A500, Android version 3.2.1, Kernel version 188.8.131.52+, and build number Acer_A500_7.014.15_COM_GEN1.
DroidPSK installed very nicely on this Tablet and runs very well using the default “built-in” speaker and microphone.
At this time the A500 Tablet supports only headphones, and does NOT support headsets on the 4-pole plug/socket, so while I can transmit, I cannot yet get a hardwired receive on this tablet. Waiting for Android version 4 “and” an ACER update….
A similar problem with Bluetooth, currently this tablet supports only A2DP stereo “headsets”.
So again I am waiting for Google Android/ACER to provide additional drivers to cater for more Bluetooth devices.
Thanks for a great program, I really am looking forward to using it on the radio, and FT897D.
An update on my previous notes. I have updated my ACER Iconia A500 to ICS and at last I can use hard wired audio input from my FT897D. Working well with my homemade interface. The A500 Tablet auto detects when the 4-pole plug is inserted. Transmit is working also with no problems.
Droid SSTV now fully QRV both ways as well with this hard wired connection.
Now to sort out the Bluetooth wireless interface with an A2DP device.
Unfortunately Bluetooth A2DP will not work with my apps. The reason is that Android only supports A2DP line out and not A2DP line in. I use the regular Bluetooth phone mode right now. I am not really happy with the quality but it works more or less.
After weeks of programming I finished a new Android App – HF Weather Fax.
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DroidNavtex now in Play Store
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Special audio filters even decode very weak signals through the microphone and make DroidNavtex a very affordable alternative to high priced decoders. read more