Status Meter app for tablets

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Does Hughes provide, or is there somewhere to get, a Status Meter app for the Android based tablets or for the iPAD?
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Jerry David Collins Sr.

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Posted 4 years ago

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Patrick Fisher, Employee

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We have some things in the works, but nothing available at this time. At one point there was a third party application on the Apple AppStore (not provided or supported by Hughes) that you may want to check out.

You can also log into the Restore Token web site from your tablet, and verify your status and purchase or use a token if desired.
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Ann Onimity

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Just adding my $.02. I'd also like to see Hughes provide mobile app versions of the status meter.
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Charles Scott, Champion

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While it would be nice to see them create app's for mobile devices, and apple products, you guys should take a look at the requirements just to create such applications. Apple is VERY picky, droid systems, not so much. Why can't you just visit the control center and view it in there?
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sgoshe

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Or this at least for 7000s, don't know for 9000: http://192.168.0.1/fap_meter/
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marsh_0x

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Yes your link takes me there with the 9000
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Kim Driver

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something that I've done to help me on my ipad, to help me keep a watch on my download allowance and stuff... I just pulled up the System Control Center on my ipad, and once I had it pulled up clicked the add to home screen option, that way I can check on my system status as well as reset my hughes system when ever I need. It works just fine :) hope this helps :)
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Scott Scouten

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Yes, that is a good work around... But, I would think that with the millions of Android users, Hughesnet would spend the few hundred dollars to developed and publish an app.