MSFS G3000 MFD Screen on Android Tablet v1.0
This is the mirrowed screen of the G3000 MF display on the Android Tablet. Best is to use with TBM930 (or other Turboprops) since I usually fly this one, but it should work (more or less) with all aircrafts – it just grab data from the Sim Stream.
I mainly made it for myself, but thought you might like it as well. It works with MSFS API (SimConnect), so you will need to launch an app next to your simulator and connect your Android to the same network (wifi for example).
Let me know, if suddenly it will look bad on your device – I only tested it on my tablet (Samsung S6) and some virtual devices, so you could also help me to make this app better.
I also have plans to migrate it to iPads, but not sure if people really need it.
The client could be download on Google Play store: MSFS G3000 MFD (it is free and no ads, I don’t plan to charge money).
How to use it?
Start Microsoft Flight Simulator
Launch the MSFSTools Connect app on the same computer
Press Magenda button to Connect to the MSFS Simulator
You will need to get your local computer address – you should see it in the MSFSTools Connect app
Connect your Tablet to the same network where the MS Flight Simulator is running
Start the app on your Tablet
Enter the IP address and port from the app