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== GNURoot Octave ==
 
The Android app [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gnuroot.octave GNURoot Octave] in the Google play store is built and maintained by Corbin Champion. It is not part of the GNU Octave project. Thus please use the following GitHub pages for questions and bug reports:
 
* https://github.com/corbinlc/GNURootDebian
* https://github.com/corbinlc/octave4android
 
The implementation has been done in close cooperation with the Octave developers and makes use of the Octave source code without essential changes. Thus, it is fully compatible with the versions of Octave on other platforms.
 
Some probably outdated build instructions for the older "octave4android" app:
 
* https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/octave-maintainers/2013-10/msg00406.html
 
== Octave for Linux on Dex (Samsung Android devices) ==
# If you want to use Qt graphics it will take some work, and may or may not be possible. It has not been tested by anyone. You will need to download the package [https://github.com/termux/libandroid-shmem libandroid-shmem], get it working, and then recompile Octave linking to this library. There are more detailed instructions regarding the compilation on the github website.
== Android app == The Android app [https[Category://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.octave OctaveInstallation]] in Google play is built and maintained by Corbin Champion and not part of the GNU Octave project. The source and some build instructions for the installer can be found here* https://github.com/corbinlc/octave4android/ This link might have some other, perhaps now outdated, build instructions:* http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/Octave-on-Android-td4658392.html You are offered a choice of downloading the app, for which a donation is requested, or you can download the full source and build your own version for free. This will require the Octave sources, Corbin's GitHub repository, and the Android SDK.  This implementation has been done in close cooperation with the Octave developers and makes use of the current Octave source essentially without any change. Thus, it is fully compatible with the versions of Octave on other platforms.

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