Slide Graphic Tablet v2.12
Requirements: Android 4.0 and up
Overview: Slide transforms your phone into a fast and lightweight mouse input for your PC, and emulates the experience of a touch screen.
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Slide transforms your phone into a fast and lightweight mouse input for your PC, and emulates the experience of a touch screen.
Visit the Slide home page to download the needed software and other resources:
-Cross-Platform | Runs on Windows/Mac/Linux systems
-Designed for all sizes of devices
-Absolute and Relative positioning modes (Accuracy of Absolute mode is dependent on the aspect ratios of your two devices, for example, a 16:9 tablet will have no troubles with a 16:9 monitor, however a 4:3 phone will not be as accurate)
-Pinch to zoom, 3 finger drag to scroll
-Shows draw path on device
-Fast and Responsive
-Easy to use and configure
-Pressure sensitive functions (for most devices)
-Use your Android device to emulate a touchscreen experience
-Turns your device into a cheap graphic tablet
-Great for games
-Great for disabilities
Planned features and changes:
Pressure Compatibility list:
I offer no refunds outside of the 15 minute Google Play refund window.
Questions? Feel free to email me at [email protected]
1. Download and install the JRE if you do not already have it. (JRE5 and up supported)
Running the Server:
[ONE TIME ONLY] Enable developer options (one time only). Go to Settings on your device, scroll down to ‘About Phone’, down to ‘Build Number’, and tap it (about 7 times) until you are a developer. Go back to Settings, chose ‘Developer Options’, and check ‘Enable USB Debugging’.
1. Plug your device into your PC via USB cable
2. Open the Slide app on your Android device
3. If not already selected, change the Connection Mode to ‘USB’
4. Click ‘Start Server’ on your Android device to initiate the connection
5. Open ‘Slide.jar’ on your PC
6. On your PC, click ‘Connect’ to connect to your Android device
1. Open ‘Slide.jar’ on your PC
2. Choose the appropriate IP address to listen on from the Combo Box (you can guess)
3. Open the Slide app on your Android device
4. If not already selected, change the Connection Mode to ‘WiFi’
5. Click ‘Connect’ to connect to your PC
To disconnect from the server, simply press the back button twice in rapid succession
Hosting is temporarily down, download the Slide.jar here: http://www.invalid2.x10.mx/slide/dl/Slide.jar
Ignore the errors about the version number.
To Samsung device users, install Samsung Kies, then restart in order for USB mode to work correctly. USB mode will not work without proper drivers.
Some Devices do not support pressure sensitivity:
Incomplete list here: https://code.google.com/p/markers-fo…/DeviceSupport
Full Changelog: http://slide.x10.mx/changelog.html
Slide 2.1.2 [February-25-2014]:
-Bugfixes for on-the-fly settings
-Improve experience for KitKat devices
-Added an option to preserve draw paths
-Added Close option to action bar.
– Slide Graphic Tablet v2.12
– Install Instructions (Windows, Mac OS, Ubuntu)
– Side.jar v2.32 (Good for all systems)
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