Apex Fusion Display

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by xcaret, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. xcaret

    xcaret Guest

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

    Quick question on using a tablet for display with couple Apex units;
    Does any android tablet work for that purpose?
    Walmart has an RCA tablet for $28 but I'm not gonna run over anyone, kick and punch just to get a good deal. I normally avoid any black Friday event (including black-eyes).
     
  2. Cruz Mc5

    Cruz Mc5 Supporting Member

    Yep. That should work. (Based on research not experience)
     
  3. Ibn

    Ibn Guest

  4. Fire works. Some others don’t.
     
  5. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    The question is do ALL Fire tablets work? I know with each generation/version the OS changes, my wife picked up a free Fire 8 HDX for the kid to play around with, and I tried to force Google Play on there to get apps and what, and what I found out is that all the workarounds required a OS version that was newer than what could exist on this, even though it looks like a neat tablet.
     
  6. I use a Fire 8 on mine.
     
  7. Ibn

    Ibn Guest

    I have a Fire Tablet from 2016, which is old by today's standards. I would say that anything that's purchased since then would work.
     
  8. ashburn2k

    ashburn2k Webmaster Staff Member

    I use a free android pad from Craigslist.


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  9. xcaret

    xcaret Guest

    Well, I picked an RCA 7" Android for $28
    Worst that can happen is I return it and get a Fire.
     
  10. ashburn2k

    ashburn2k Webmaster Staff Member

    RCA is still around?


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  11. rygh

    rygh BOD

    Why would ANY devices not work.
    Fusion works in a web browser.
     
  12. xcaret

    xcaret Guest

    I think some tablets might have a limitation of some sort; while looking at the RCA (yes, name brand still around) Samsung and Fire, saw that Amazon has a Fire tablet for kids; perhaps there are limitations on these type if tablets as to prevent children from racking up charges on parents' accounts.
     
  13. JVU

    JVU BOD

    I have a fire tablet for Apex but am disappointed that it has to run in the browser and so doesn’t stay logged in or use the whole screen natively. It would be MUCH better if they had an app for fire tablets like for iOS or Android.
     
  14. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Fire Tablets are android based I thought, which is where the question came about since you can't always force Google Play store on there. However hunting around a bit I did find the Fusion .apk so you can sideload it.
    https://apkpure.com/apex-fusion/com.neptunesystems.apexfusion

    The problem is that if you don't have Google Play it might not update.
     

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