#StackBounty: #applications #customization #termux #zte Installing the mathematical GAP-software on an Android Phone

Bounty: 50

This was posted on MSE originally.

Please note that my only training in programming of any kind is in the context of mathematics, specifically group theory. Thus please use minimal technical language.

The Problem:

I’m trying to get GAP on my Android phone.

(I’m using a ZTE Blade V8. I doubt that matters.)

What I have so far:

I found on the GAP forum that someone called Matan Ziv-Av compiled a version of GAP for Android that can be found here (and more specifically here).

This explains something I don’t understand.

I have downloaded the latest file, last updated in 2015 (so it’s gap4r6), but, upon opening it with RAR, I have been unable thus far to run the programme.

Here is a screenshot of the file I think I need to click on to get started:

screenshot of gap file

I can’t seem to get it working.

Please help 🙂

Edit:

Using Termux with the file in the screenshot above, I got this:

A screenshot of Termux of GAP in Android.


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#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #applications #screen-brightness #samsung-galaxy-s-9 #blue-light Something is filtering blue light and I can't figure…

Bounty: 50

I just got a Samsung Galaxy S9 last week and since day 1 it has been applying a blue light filter even though I turned blue light filter off in the settings (Blue Light Filter turned off and also schedule turned off under Settings/Display/Blue light filter).

The blue light filter’s behavior is strange. The filter turns on around 6:56 every evening and turns off around 5:56 in the morning. Sometimes when I unlock my phone the filter isn’t applied and a split second later I see it get applied. Even less often I see it applied in blocks quickly filling the screen. If I turn blue light filtering on in Display settings, the affect is additive.

When I got the phone all of the applications from my previous phone, a OnePlus 3, were installed, so I supposed it could have been one of those. I went into application permissions and turned off overlay permission (Settings/Apps/Special Access/Apps that can appear on top) to everything I thought might be affecting the screen color.

What else can I look into? Is there a way to check every process that’s running to see what is changing the screen color?


Get this bounty!!!