Obenkyo, now on ChromeOS AND Chrome browser!

I often get request to « port » Obenkyo to many devices.

Today, I am glad to annonce that Obenkyo have been released on the Chrome web Store 

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And with ARC Welder tool from Google you can too, have Obenkyo android app to display on you Chrome browser !

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Here how to do it :

1) download the latest Obenkyo apk from obenkyo.fr/Obenkyo.apk (this is the signed apk with the latest release).

2) add Arc Welder extention to Chrome 

3) Once the extention installed, open chrome://apps on Chrome and you should see the « ARC Welder » icon

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4) Open ARC Welder and in the popup press « Add your APK », and in the file selection popup select Obenkyo APK downloaded at 1.

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5) in the new popup, add in the metadata field

{« enableExternalDirectory »: true}

(many thanks to Okok that found this !)

And the press « launch App ».

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The app will ask for a folder to add the Obenkyo_data folder, and then, you have now a new app in your chrome apps.

 

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Note : For thoses wondering, I do plan to port Obenkyo to Windows Phone 10, as soon as the Android bridge will be released and I do not have any plan to port Obenkyo to iOS.

 

Note : the post have been edited to add the « enableExternalDirectory » tip from Okok.

6 réflexions sur “ Obenkyo, now on ChromeOS AND Chrome browser! ”

    1. Unfortunately you can’t load it from the chrome store (don’t ask me why o_O), you have to load it using the step by step info I provided in the post (download obenkyo.apk, arc Welder …)

      1. I was looking for a solution myself and I read somewhere, that Android apps repackaged for Chrome work only under ChromeOS due to some weird Google policy, wanting them to be ChromeOS-exclusive or something.
        Doesn’t make much sense when there’s stuff like ARC Welder though.

  1. I love Obenkyo! I wonder however, is there any way to create the Obenkyo_data folder for importing/exporting when you use it with ARC Welder?
    It seems Obenkyo doesn’t create one, and creating it manually in any of the ARC related folders doesn’t do anything =(

    1. Actually found the answer myself:
      When you add the app in ARC Welder first time, you need to paste
      {"enableExternalDirectory": true}
      to Additional Metadata and then click Launch App – it’ll ask you to choose folder for the simulted filesystem.

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