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Soo.... I have tablets.... how is it done?

Heh I was waiting for you to finish before I asked... lol.

Looks nice btw. Love it.

Would be great in a case mod.

I tried on my tablet, the set resolution message wouldn't go away in tablet browser even after I set the resolution it said. I gave up. frown.gif
    
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I tried on my tablet, the set resolution message wouldn't go away in tablet browser even after I set the resolution it said. I gave up. frown.gif

Apple or Android?

I'm pretty good with Android.... Apple too... I just dislike Apple. Lol.
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Soo.... I have tablets.... how is it done?

Heh I was waiting for you to finish before I asked... lol.

Looks nice btw. Love it.

Would be great in a case mod.

Give this a read over, I just installed the Sensor Panel app from the play store and set the resolution within Aida to what my Tablet default was (1024x768)

Let me know if you have any questions. I use the USB method as it's just plug and play.

https://forums.aida64.com/topic/2776-display-pc-sensor-values-on-android-device-connected-via-usb-odospace-remote-panel/
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Apple or Android?

I'm pretty good with Android.... Apple too... I just dislike Apple. Lol.


Android, Nexus 7 2013. It says to set the resolution, I do, resolution nag screen never goes away. And I reloaded the browser, even reopened it. frown.gif
    
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Android, Nexus 7 2013. It says to set the resolution, I do, resolution nag screen never goes away. And I reloaded the browser, even reopened it. frown.gif

Try Opera, Chrome, Firefox, CM Browser, Dolphin.... to name a few.

See what happens.
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Give this a read over, I just installed the Sensor Panel app from the play store and set the resolution within Aida to what my Tablet default was (1024x768)

Let me know if you have any questions. I use the USB method as it's just plug and play.

https://forums.aida64.com/topic/2776-display-pc-sensor-values-on-android-device-connected-via-usb-odospace-remote-panel/

Thanks man. I'll get it setup in the am and go from there. Let you know.
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

Give this a read over, I just installed the Sensor Panel app from the play store and set the resolution within Aida to what my Tablet default was (1024x768)

Let me know if you have any questions. I use the USB method as it's just plug and play.

https://forums.aida64.com/topic/2776-display-pc-sensor-values-on-android-device-connected-via-usb-odospace-remote-panel/

I tried the wi-fi and USB method, says to add items in LCD, I do, they never show in Odospace android app. I think I'm going to write this experiment off, spent way to much time trying to get it to work. frown.gif
    
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The Remote Sensor in Aida is totally awesome, definitely a recommend to anyone that wants to monitor their system with an external device. I'm done and it looks great imo, well worth the price of the Aida License and a cheap Tablet from BestBuy thumb.gif

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That looks really nice. I jsut tried it with my Nexus 6 and it worked in less than 5 minutes. Any Chance you could share that UI setup of yours?
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The Remote Sensor in Aida is totally awesome, definitely a recommend to anyone that wants to monitor their system with an external device. I'm done and it looks great imo, well worth the price of the Aida License and a cheap Tablet from BestBuy thumb.gif

Idle


Load - Red Bars indicate utilization. Standard is orange or blue until it reaches 90% then it flips over to red.


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Nice! Yeah - I find the AID64 external monitor really useful when in full screen. It does grab a few clock cycles and might cause a loss of gaming FPS or a "stutter" once in a while, but that's all. thumb.gif
Once you set this up, you wonder how you got by without it.
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I'm wondering how much CPU time this is taking....

Really wish we could have a dedicated hardware setup for this. Not really feeling it for gaming.

Benching though.... ahh, still. CPU time...
post #20090 of 22233
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Originally Posted by unreality View Post

That looks really nice. I jsut tried it with my Nexus 6 and it worked in less than 5 minutes. Any Chance you could share that UI setup of yours?

Yes - definitely, here's a link to my config
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Nice! Yeah - I find the AID64 external monitor really useful when in full screen. It does grab a few clock cycles and might cause a loss of gaming FPS or a "stutter" once in a while, but that's all. thumb.gif
Once you set this up, you wonder how you got by without it.

I've been using it for a few days now and need more time to see if it really affects my games. CSGO is a bit cpu heavy but it has dropped my fps yet or stutter - which is naaaise biggrin.gif
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