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Emu48 for Android
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This project ports the Windows application Emu48 written in C to Android.
It uses the Android NDK. The former Emu48 source code (written by Sébastien Carlier and Christoph Giesselink) remains untouched because of a thin win32 emulation layer above Linux/NDK!
This win32 layer will allow to easily update from the original Emu48 source code.
It can open or save the exact same state files (state.e48/e49) than the original Windows application!

Some KML files with theirs faceplates are embedded in the application but it is still possible to open a KML file and its dependencies by selecting a folder.

The application does not request any permission (because it opens the files or the KML folders using the content:// scheme).

The application is distributed with the same license under GPL and you can find the source code here:
https://github.com/dgis/emu48android


QUICK START

1. From the left side, slide your finger to open the menu.
2. Touch the "New..." menu item.
3. Select a predefined faceplate (or select a custom KML script folder).
4. And the calculator should now be opened.


REQUIREMENTS

Android version 4.4 or later.


DOWNLOAD

The latest source code is available at github.com/dgis/emu48android

SCREENSHOTS



NOT WORKING

- Disassembler
- Debugger
- Serial Ports (Wire or Ir)


LICENSES

Android version by Régis COSNIER.
This program is based on Emu48 for Windows version, copyrighted by Christoph Gießelink & Sébastien Carlier, with the addition of a win32 layer to run on Android.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.

Note: some included files are not covered by the GPL; these include ROM image files (copyrighted by HP), KML files and faceplate images (copyrighted by their authors).
The Eric's Real scripts ("real*.kml" and "real*.bmp") are embedded in this application with the kind permission of Eric Rechlin.




7 comments

2019/04/10 17:31:09 gastopaul
It would be nice if there was the "Hide the status bar" option on settings to increase the calculator. Many thanks for this free app.

2019/04/14 00:29:19 Wesley
Great application!!! It's better than Droid48 and we can simulate other models. I'm missing "Hide the status bar" too. But...it's perfect, like PC.

2019/04/24 16:53:38 Alejandro
Great!, thank you for the app. Can you tell me how to load objects (i.e. programs downloaded from hpcalc.org) once I have choose a Kml. Many thanks.

2019/04/29 15:15:13 Nick
I really like it! I use it daily. Many thanks. Can I make a small request? When starting it shows the KML compilation result. I have to click on ok (and click on new). Is it possible to start a default one calculator without clicking on the ok button?

2019/05/15 14:19:08 Johan
Really great. The only thing that would make it even better is a true full screen mode which hides both the status bar and soft keys.

2019/05/27 03:03:47 SurveyChad
Excellent, Really happy with this! I can key in a program and it takes it. I just need to figure out how to transfer my programs to my other Android device and my chromebook and of course to Windows. I will probably have to get a Windows tablet now as well. Thanks Regis!

2019/07/20 05:50:55 HP48guy
Thank you so much. I have used an HP48gx for many years to do so many things. To have a true emulation on android is a dream I have had for a while. I use my 48 as the control panel for my homebreq CNC machine using the RS232 interface. Is there any chance of making the I/O work! (Still dreamibg)


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