Here's how: Join the Synthesia for Android Beta
UPDATE JULY-2015: Google made this process MUCH easier. (It's just the link above.) Expand the spoiler to see how much work it used to be.
I was a little suspicious about that myself. I'll polish that experience up a bit later today. I'm going to add some pictures to the top post to help point out all the steps, too.jimhenry wrote:The Synthesia download probably isn't set up quite right.
Which stores did you have in mind? Kindle Fire is going to be tricky because they don't allow apps to talk to USB devices at all. So Synthesia would have to be touch-screen only for now. For that reason, today we're focusing on Google Play and will try to work out a solution for Kindle later.revilo2 wrote:do you plan to distribute finale Android's version of Synthesia on other stores ?
This is also something I've been trying to nail down for a while now. I'm starting to lean closer to the iPad model, where it's a separate unlock, but a low-cost one. That keeps it easy to understand, super-convenient to do the unlock on the device in a single tap, and you don't have to worry about hauling codes around. As Synthesia proliferates to the other storefronts (Steam, Windows Store, Mac App Store, etc.), the single-click unlock is a powerful device that I want to embrace.revilo2 wrote:will it be free for synthesia's users ?
I haven't updated the Keyboards page for Android yet, but it should be pretty similar to the PC or Mac option + a special USB-OTG ("On the Go") cable like this one.advalencia wrote:do you know what kind of cable I need to connect a Yamaha DGX-630 to a Galaxy Tab 10.1?
Oh! It's not even a tablet! Interesting. Is that a custom setup or does someone sell a laptop with Android pre-installed? Hopefully it at least has a touchscreen.techguy101 wrote:... my laptop ...
Don't know if there's a lot but at least ASUS releases Atom based tablets, which are x86 (and I unfortunately have one). I believe most of their MemoPad line is Atom. I know HP has also released at least one.Nicholas wrote:Er... there is a (really good) chance it's not going to work. I think the build is ARM-only for now. Are there a lot of x86 Android tablets out there? I didn't even have x86 on our radar.
Not that I know of.jimhenry wrote:Is there a way to figure out what is closest to the center of a touch and only touch that one item?