Originally Posted by Stanley304
You have to install Google Play store to get the app.
Once you download them, they auto launch in tablet mode.
You may have the same problem as everyone else on windows. It appears to be a RAM issue but I may be wrong.
Let me know if you figure anything out.
Ok, so I tried this on my Mac:
Installed ADW launcher to see Android settings (which I couldn't get to before). About this Tablet showed that the version of Android on BlueStacks for Mac OSX is 2.4.3. I think Commander requires 4.0. This may be the reason that when I go to the Google Play and try to install Battlelog or Commander from there, it tells me that they are "not compatible with this device".
I've got Windows 7 installed on VMWare on the Mac so then I tried:
Installing Bluestacks. Battlelog and Commander installed without issue. Tried to run and got black screen. This could be because it's running on a VMWare session, but I was still curious about running it under Windows.
I got my Galaxy S2 to run Commander, but it killed my connection after about 4 minutes. I'll keep trying. My Xoom still refuses to cooperate.