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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #30 on: January 24, 2015, 07:00:20 pm »
When will be finally released this great emulator for Android phones???
Many people waiting for it worldwide!!!

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #31 on: January 24, 2015, 07:13:39 pm »
See "Firebird" (it's in development, and some time ago called "nspire_emu-qt") : https://github.com/nspire-emus/firebird which can be built for Android (or pretty much anything QT can target)
( or more up-to-date / though might be even more in alpha : https://github.com/Vogtinator/nspire_emu )
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #32 on: August 24, 2015, 12:58:25 pm »
I think it may be interesting to note that [ Nspiroid ] Project for x86 and ARM [ Android ] Devices by [ SpiroH ] is currently [ Active ] with already Working versions ( although still in Beta phase ) of a TI Nspire CX CAS Emultator for the Android platform, available at
 
[ https://www.omnimaga.org/ti-nspire-projects/nspiroid-ti-nspire-emulator-on-android-(zenfone-5)/ ]
 
Its "needless" to say that [ SpiroH ] is also the author of another Precious Gem in TI Nspire [ Emulation ] arena, being the developer of [ KARM-TI ] Emulator for Windows platform, at
 
[ https://www.omnimaga.org/ti-nspire-projects/karmti-ti-nspire-emulator-with-skin-16585/
 
My Sincere Thanks to All Brave Developers ! who with their Continued Effort and Dedicated Work, fills most of the Gaps left by Manufacturers, and ends up Producing More than Valuable resources for All ! ( and which stay for the Eternity, since even after a future disclosure of TI Nspire platform from Texas, the produced Emulators will continue to Run on many other devices, perpetuating the "Species" ... )
 
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #33 on: August 24, 2015, 02:34:46 pm »
You kind of sound like a bot mixed with bigotedness towards that closed-source emulator's author, and it's getting ridiculously laughable at this point.


Edit: I've updated the link, on my post above, to the latest version
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #34 on: August 24, 2015, 03:01:29 pm »
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I think it may be interesting to note that [ Nspiroid ] Project for x86 and ARM [ Android ] Devices by [ SpiroH ] is currently [ Active ] with already Working versions ( although still in Beta phase ) of a TI Nspire CX CAS Emultator for the Android platform, available at
Don't forget firebird, which supports ARMv5 and ARMv7 on Android and iOS natively and does not have problems with higher screen resolutions.

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My Sincere Thanks to All Brave Developers ! who with their Continued Effort and Dedicated Work, fills most of the Gaps left by Manufacturers, and ends up Producing More than Valuable resources for All ! ( and which stay for the Eternity, since even after a future disclosure of TI Nspire platform from Texas, the produced Emulators will continue to Run on many other devices, perpetuating the "Species" ... )
An "Eternity" is longer for Open Source projects than an "Eternity" for proprietary software, like kArmTI and Nspiroid are. Being proprietary is also the reason why the "Continued Effort and Dedicated Work" on the TI-Nspire platform is necessary in the first place.

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #35 on: August 24, 2015, 04:00:48 pm »
You kind of sound like a bot mixed with bigotedness towards that closed-source emulator's author, and it's getting ridiculously laughable at this point.


Edit: I've updated the link, on my post above, to the latest version

@Adriweb Wow, that's completely uncalled for and rude. If you have such a suspicion, you can easily pm and Admin or moderator. However, I don't think that's even the case here.
@Vogtinator : I understand yours and other's viewpoints on the closed source nature of SpiroH's emulators, but that is his choice.
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #36 on: August 24, 2015, 04:16:05 pm »
@Adriweb Wow, that's completely uncalled for and rude. If you have such a suspicion, you can easily pm and Admin or moderator. However, I don't think that's even the case here.
It's the choice of words that fit what I (and others) had in mind. It's not [meant to be] rude, but I'm just stating the facts as I'm seeing them.
Regarding the "bot-ness", it's with the random capital letters and brackets, and regarding the "bigotedness", it's the overwhelming usage of superlatives and some specific adjectives. He could have talked about anyone else, I'd have said the same thing.
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #37 on: August 24, 2015, 04:19:21 pm »
It's the choice of words that fit what I (and others) had in mind. It's not [meant to be] rude, but I'm just stating the facts as I'm seeing them.
If you have nothing nice to say, sometimes it's better to say nothing at all.
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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #38 on: August 24, 2015, 04:23:01 pm »
I understand what you mean about the punctuation, it is odd. However, as I said, you can easily use the report to moderation feature or PM one of us. We do not wish to give off or promote an environment that appears hostile.

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Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« Reply #39 on: November 27, 2015, 11:18:18 am »
At the time of my Original post ( Aug 24 ), I was still unaware of another Fully working Android [ ARM ] Platform TI-Nspire Emulator like the ( now ) Well established [ Firebird ] by @Vogtinator at [ https://github.com/nspire-emus/firebird/releases ], ( originally announced on omnimaga.org at [ https://www.omnimaga.org/ti-nspire-projects/new-ti-nspire-emulator/ ] ), and for such the [ Nspiroid ] Project [ https://www.omnimaga.org/ti-nspire-projects/nspiroid-ti-nspire-emulator-on-android-(zenfone-5)/30/ ] by [ SpiroH ] at that time seemed to Me the very First TI-Nspire running emulator for [ ARM ] architecture ( which I could install on my devices ).
 
I did not meant to diminish ( nor enlarge ) the Valuable work of Any author ( in detriment of Others ) at all ! since as I've have already stated, [ Any ] work towards providing Improvments on the Calculator Arena is a [ More ] Than Well Expected contribution, specially Emulators, since they represent a [ Definitive ] step taken forward, as Hardware inevitably will have a finite production cycle, but the Emulated Software may be futurely Ported to many other architectures ( perpetuating the "species" long after the original Calculators were not physically available anymore ).
 
I've have been Captivated by Calculators, since 13 years old, and on such long road have been the Proud owner of many Gems from Texas and HP like TI-59, HP-67, HP-41C, TI-89, HP-50g and now TI-Nspire and HP-Prime, to name a few.
 
All such models have allowed me uncountable hours of mathematical discoveries and insights which if I had not one of them available at the right time, such math relationships could have been missed at all ...

Most of the vintage code written for such old models, would be simply Lost, if Brave and Dedicated Developers did not invest their precious time in providing Emulators ...
 
My original post had the sole intention of [ Inform ] others of the existence of Another piece of software which at that time might be unaware by some potential interested users.
 
I did not had the intention to Promote ( or "merchandise" ) any ( open or closed ) software in detriment of others, since by my very first days in the Calculator arena, I have been completely Open to Any and All directions related to the improvement of Portable Calculation abilities, from any manufacturer or software developer.
 
The main ( original ) purpose of the Web ( as idealised by Lee ) was to provide an open platform to [ Inform ] and make information Freely available to All ...
 
I do express my Apologies if my original ( Aug 24 ) Post sounded Biased towards one specific piece of valuable work, in spite of the Hole Constellation of Many other Shinning contributions ( which stone by stone, have been providing Calculators a more than revigorated and extended life spam, now with the advent of New portable devices like Tablets and Smartphones ).
 
I would also let the Moderator free to Remove this or any Past posting comments I had provided with the sole purpose of providing interesting New Information to potential others, since at Aug 24, Nspiroid for Android [ ARM ] platform had just been released ( while the Nspiroid Android [ x86 ] Project had been arround for a much more longer time, as were the [ nspire_emu-qt ] Project so called at that time and which have now finally turned into [ Firebird ] ).
 
Surelly, now knowing of the existence of [ Firebird ] and specially on such vast array of architectures, I will certainly not only Install it, but futurely Indicate and Recommend it to many Potential interested colleagues and students.
 
Being a bit off topic I close this post presenting the link to another valuable Project [ KhiCAS ] [ https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=166225&lang=en ] from [ Bernard Parisse ] ( author of Giac/XCAS ) and available for download at [ https://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=79135 ], providing the [ First ] full implementation of Arbitrary Precision Floating Point Arithmetic on a [ Calculator ] platform.
 
It's interesting to note that [ Giac ] by Parisse is also the choosen CAS adopted by HP-Prime, which unfortunately have opted to Not Fully port it to Prime, leaving the [ Longfloat ] library aside...
 
Thus [ KhiCAS ] allows TI-Nspire ( CAS or Non CAS ) to become the very first [ Calculator ] not only having More then one CAS system, but also the First one with Arbitrary Precision Floating Point ability, which were only originally available ( from the same author ) on Android ARM architectures by means of the [ XCAS Pad ] Package, and similar others like Maxima for Android.
 
Its surelly a more than a bit "Dated" information, but some Potential TI-Nspire for Android Emulator seeker which may reach this Post ( by googling just for Nspire Android Emulators ), may be still unaware of the [ KhiCAS ] Project at all.
 
Once more my apologies for such Long posting ( which I hope may be not end up as a complete waste of others time ).
 
For owners of [ HP-Prime ] the following pages [ https://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/2eKfifdjarx ] & [ http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-1817.html ] presents up-to-date list of Suggestions and Bug Reports for such machine, which unlike Texas Instruments, HP personnel do indeed seem to regularly follow up, and incorporate reported bug corrections or user suggested features in their subsequent Firmware updates.
 
Yours Sincerely, with my Very Best Wishes to All,
 
Prof. Ricardo Duarte