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PDA compatibility is likely a factor of architecture (x86, ARM) and operating system (Windows, Android, iOS). The efforts to port LO to ARM/iOS and ARM/Android are ongoing. An x86/Windows PDA will likely run the corresponding x86/Windows build of LO (as this thread indicates) although reports of success are sparse and often not without issues (as indicated here).

PDA PDAs were a niche product that have largely been replaced by phones / tablets. Tablet compatibility is likely a factor of architecture (x86, ARM) and operating system (Windows, Android, iOS). The efforts to port LO to ARM/iOS and ARM/Android are ongoing. An x86/Windows PDA tablet will likely run the corresponding x86/Windows build of LO (as this thread indicates) although reports of success are sparse and often not without issues (as indicated here).

PDAs were a niche product that have largely been replaced by phones / tablets. Tablet compatibility is likely a factor of architecture (x86, ARM) and operating system (Windows, Android, iOS). (Android, iOS, GNU/Linux, Windows). The efforts to port LO to ARM/iOSARM+iOS and ARM/AndroidARM+Android are ongoing. An x86/Windows x86+Windows tablet will likely run the corresponding x86/Windows x86+Windows build of LO (as this thread indicates) although reports of success are sparse and often not without issues (as indicated here).