I am trying the Blynk app on my Chromebook that recently got official access to the Google Play Store.
I can open the app and scroll through my projects but I am not able to open a project.
The camera does also not work.
I have many different Android systems, including two different emulators… every one will “retrieve” the project from the scroll mode with either a single left or right click… but I haven’t found any KB shortcut for that yet.
Based on Google, Many Chromebooks do seem to have issues with click emulations though.
Yes, there seems to be an issue with click emulations.
I have tried a Bluetooth Mouse and a normal mouse but it still does not engage the selected project.
The HP Chromebook G1 does not have a touchscreen.
I have found out that I can switch between the different tabs of a project with the Tabulator and Enter Key on my keyboard. But it does not engage the selected project.
@hl68fx Chromebooks have a specific support for Android apps, that is similar to Android 6 resizable apps (but on them it’s default), which is not supported by the app currently. We are working for this support, but it would be released only in autumn.