go49g

go49g


HP 49 G emulator for android.

- Full memory (even flash), port 0, 1 and 2.
- ROM 1.19-6.
- Automatic save and load of state (ram and flash).
- HP49G like skin or HP50G like skin.
- Landscape or Portrait mode.
- Multi touch keyboard support, permits 'shift' down while pressing another key (ON+C, even ON&UP ... are ok).
- Load/save to/from stack level 1 support (only object in IRAM).
- Speed from x1 upto x20 (max depend on your android device, but is faster than a HP50G).
- HP82240 compatable printer as serial printer (touch right part of calc lcd) (in PRTPAR, set length of line as 23 or 24 characters, default is 80 producing bad formatting).
- Flags help, full commands help (I hope so) (touch left part of calc lcd).
- Clock synced with android time (Timers emulated, clock and ticks are ok).
- Smooth hardware scrolling emulated.
- Should work with at least 800x480 screen.
- BEEP command support (keyclick is not well emulated) (broken on android 4.3 see http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=58113)

To load a file:
1 - the first time, do "menu", "tool", "load on stack", and abort, this will create the right directories
2 - then download (from http://www.hpcalc.org/ for example) the raw file you want to load and put it in 'sdcard/go49g/files' with a file manager (i.e. Linda manager or Ghost commander)
3 - on kitkat device import/export is now at /Android/data/o2s.emul.hp49g/files instead of /go49g
4 - next do "menu", "tool", "load on stack" your file should appear, choose it
5 - as told by the pop up, now press 'ON' key to refresh stack display
6 - et voilà, your file is loaded on the stack, now do what you want with it
7 - if you don't know what to do with it, get and read an HP49 manual !

Actually:

- no grayscale support.
- serial only as printer.

Avoid checking 'force gpu rendering' in developer option in android 4.x prefs, this leads to graphic problems.
On S5 devices, long press the right hardware button to get the menu.

More help and infos at the webpage:
http://sites.google.com/site/olivier2smet2/home/go49g

Recent changes:
v.1.1.7
- on kitkat device import/export is now at /Android/data/o2s.emul.hp49g/files instead of /go49g

v1.1.3
- deep reset (see website)

v1.1.2
- many bugs corrected
- landscape
- sound

v1.0.3
- freeze bug corrected

v1.0.1
- should correct a skin change graphic bugs (I never experienced it on a 2.2.2 and a 4.0.4 android devices)
- You should not activate 'force gpu rendering' in developer option (it is a general setting, apps can use gpu on their own).

v1.0.0
- initial release.
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About go49g
HP 49 G emulator for android.

- Full memory (even flash), port 0, 1 and 2.
- ROM 1.19-6.
- Automatic save and load of state (ram and flash).
- HP49G like skin or HP50G like skin.
- Landscape or Portrait mode.
- Multi touch keyboard support, permits 'shift' down while pressing another key (ON+C, even ON&UP ... are ok).
- Load/save to/from stack level 1 support (only object in IRAM).
- Speed from x1 upto x20 (max depend on your android device, but is faster than a HP50G).
- HP82240 compatable printer as serial printer (touch right part of calc lcd) (in PRTPAR, set length of line as 23 or 24 characters, default is 80 producing bad formatting).
- Flags help, full commands help (I hope so) (touch left part of calc lcd).
- Clock synced with android time (Timers emulated, clock and ticks are ok).
- Smooth hardware scrolling emulated.
- Should work with at least 800x480 screen.
- BEEP command support (keyclick is not well emulated) (broken on android 4.3 see http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=58113)

To load a file:
1 - the first time, do "menu", "tool", "load on stack", and abort, this will create the right directories
2 - then download (from http://www.hpcalc.org/ for example) the raw file you want to load and put it in 'sdcard/go49g/files' with a file manager (i.e. Linda manager or Ghost commander)
3 - on kitkat device import/export is now at /Android/data/o2s.emul.hp49g/files instead of /go49g
4 - next do "menu", "tool", "load on stack" your file should appear, choose it
5 - as told by the pop up, now press 'ON' key to refresh stack display
6 - et voilà, your file is loaded on the stack, now do what you want with it
7 - if you don't know what to do with it, get and read an HP49 manual !

Actually:

- no grayscale support.
- serial only as printer.

Avoid checking 'force gpu rendering' in developer option in android 4.x prefs, this leads to graphic problems.
On S5 devices, long press the right hardware button to get the menu.

More help and infos at the webpage:
http://sites.google.com/site/olivier2smet2/home/go49g

Recent changes:
v.1.1.7
- on kitkat device import/export is now at /Android/data/o2s.emul.hp49g/files instead of /go49g

v1.1.3
- deep reset (see website)

v1.1.2
- many bugs corrected
- landscape
- sound

v1.0.3
- freeze bug corrected

v1.0.1
- should correct a skin change graphic bugs (I never experienced it on a 2.2.2 and a 4.0.4 android devices)
- You should not activate 'force gpu rendering' in developer option (it is a general setting, apps can use gpu on their own).

v1.0.0
- initial release.

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A Google User
Jun 15, 2014
This is an HP 49G Emulator. Some of you may have downloaded this to have an HP 50g. This is an HP 49G emulator. A few keys are different. ON -C works. Like all calculators in the HP 49 series, an editor will occasionally hang. When this happens use Deep reset. Nothing else will work. Some SRPL programs and some libraries have entry points not found on the HP 49G. Using a library designed for the hp 49g+ or HP 50g may crash just like on the real calculator. User RPL typed in is quite safe. I have enjoyed this emulator and will continue to use it and to experiment. I'm and old PRO on the HP 48 and hp 49. As HP advises I make frequent backups. The real calculator crashes as does the emulator. I have made Libraries and saved them to my sdcard with save stack level one. If you have an external SD card occasionally copy your 'go49g' directory to it. A problem occurred on the update of June 11. The developer was quick to respond to my email. It was fixed in less than 24 hours. Great customer service!
A Google User
Apr 21, 2014
This is an HP 49G Emulator. Some of you may have downloaded this to have an HP 50g. This is an HP 49G emulator. A few keys are different. If it hangs trying ON -C may fix it when other things won't. Some SRPL programs and some libraries have entry points not found on the HP 49G. Using a library designed for the hp 49g+ or HP 50g may crash just like on the real calculator. User RPL typed in is quite safe. I have enjoyed this emulator and will continue to use it and to experiment. I'm and old PRO on the HP 48 and hp 49. As HP advises I make frequent backups. The real calculator crashes as does the emulator. I have made Libraries and saved them to my sdcard with save stack level one. Sometines all hp 49 calculators hang for no reason. The only cure is a paper clip reset. For the Emulator hit actions and choose Hard reset. This will kill the app but it will do a system halt when restarted and be good again.
A Google User
Apr 20, 2014
Superb emulation Worth every penny. Only requests are: A) allow disabling haptic feedback, since it consumes a lot of battery. And B) please please please make it available on amazon app store. I'm sure the kindle fire user base is appealing enough.
A Google User
Feb 13, 2014
This is an HP 49G Emulator. Some of you may have downloaded this to have an HP 50g. This is an HP 49G emulator. A few keys are different. If it hangs trying ON -C may fix it when other things won't. Some SRPL programs and some libraries have entry points not found on the HP 49G. Using a library designed for the hp 49g+ or HP 50g may crash just like the real calculator. User RPL typed in is quite safe. I have enjoyed this emulator and will continue to use it and to experiment. I'm and old PRO on the HP 48 and hp 49. As HP advises I save my work to the android.
A Google User
Nov 1, 2013
Very stable HP calc Very stable calculator and is working just as the original. A bonus is the built in short version command legend. Will get 5 stars from me when the calculator buttons look and feel are improved. I would also like to have the possibility to save and load different calculator 'states' for backup purpose. Perhaps in a future revision. :-) At the moment this is my preferred calculator application. Good work by the author.