Problem: (Android) Google Play Store or the Amazon Appstore says I can't install the app. The store says my device is incompatible.
Currently the Android version requires Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) or higher. Additionally, the device's processor must support ARMv7 instructions. If you receive a message from one of the app stores when trying to install saying something like "your device is incompatible" then your device is either using an Android version lower than 2.3.3 or has a different CPU than ARMv7.
Problem: I don't know how to use LabVIEW Shared Variables
LabVIEW provides access to a wide variety of technologies for creating distributed applications. The shared variable introduced in LabVIEW 8 is a major step forward in simplifying the programming necessary for such applications. For an introduction and detailed information, visit Using the LabVIEW Shared Variable.
Problem: I don't know how to use LabVIEW Web Services
LabVIEW provides tools to easily build RESTful Web services. For frequently asked questions regarding Web services in LabVIEW, visit LabVIEW Web Services FAQ. Data Dashboard 2.0 on the iPad can connect to secure LabVIEW web services. For more information on LabVIEW web service security, visit LabVIEW Web Services Security.
Problem: I can't connect to the Shared Variable Engine
- Try using both the computer name and the IP address of the machine running the Shared Variable Engine.
- Try the steps outlined in the KnowlegeBase: Troubleshooting Network Published Shared Variables.
- Ensure all the necessary ports are open for Shared Variable communication. KnowledgeBase: Configuring LabVIEW, LabVIEW DSC and Lookout to Work With the Windows Firewall.
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