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31st January 2014, 09:52 AM   |  #1  
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Hello everyone !

I'm new in Android Apps Developing , so I need some help .As some of you may know , there are only a few mobile flight simulators on Google Play , as a result , i had started a new project named MFSos ( Mobile Flight Simulator open source ).
Now , we need a new team :
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- Alpha Testers for Android GingerBread , HoneyComb , Ice-Cream Sandwich , JellyBean and KitKat

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12th April 2014, 12:49 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Sergiulik2000

Hello everyone !

I'm new in Android Apps Developing , so I need some help .As some of you may know , there are only a few mobile flight simulators on Google Play , as a result , i had started a new project named MFSos ( Mobile Flight Simulator open source ).
Now , we need a new team :
- Knowledge in XNA
- Android App Coding
- Graphics Designer
- 3D designer
- Alpha Testers for Android GingerBread , HoneyComb , Ice-Cream Sandwich , JellyBean and KitKat

Contact me on :
SMS +40758673258
E-mail ovidiusergiu_7@yahoo.com

Not sure if this is still a thing, but it seems like a very worthy endeavor. If I had my way (and I rarely do) a group of open-source developers could create something along these lines that could be dual purpose: A flight simulator as mentioned here, but also a synthetic vision app that could tie in system GPS data to the flight simulator construct and scenery to simulate terrain and airport in actual flight. Both of these things exist as commercial applications, although really only in the iOS world so far.
12th April 2014, 04:43 AM   |  #3  
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I am extremely new to Android development so I don't think I can help much there, but I am definitely interested in testing the app. I run CyanogenMod 11 (KitKat).
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Not sure if this is still a thing, but it seems like a very worthy endeavor. If I had my way (and I rarely do) a group of open-source developers could create something along these lines that could be dual purpose: A flight simulator as mentioned here, but also a synthetic vision app that could tie in system GPS data to the flight simulator construct and scenery to simulate terrain and airport in actual flight. Both of these things exist as commercial applications, although really only in the iOS world so far.

That is a good ideea but we have a big lack of developers . I am Graphic Designer .
26th April 2014, 02:03 PM   |  #5  
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I am a beginner Android programmer, but maybe I can help. Maybe...
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I am a beginner Android programmer, but maybe I can help. Maybe...

I don't know ... Do you know how to open a XNB file ?
26th April 2014, 08:20 PM   |  #7  
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I don't know ... Do you know how to open a XNB file ?

Um, no. I haven't even heard of it aside from the OP. So, never mind.

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