Greetings all,\n\nI heard about the android app (CGEO) not long after my wife purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet (Model SM-T350) that uses Android version 7.1.1.\n\nUp to this point I have been creating Pocket Queries using GSAK and then cabling them to our Montana 680 using my laptop with Windows 7.\n\nThe tablet’s light weight and size is attractive for traveling, especially when it comes to flying commercially. But with different operating systems I knew I was in for some head scratching. I downloaded the free app to the tablet and started the learning curve (read: frustrations) of getting the Laptop, GSAK, Android Tablet, CGEO and the GPSr to work and play nice with each other. Here’s some of the things I discovered:\n\nExporting a GPX file directly from GSAK from the laptop with a cable to the tablet causes the laptop to freeze up. What DOES work is to export the GPX file from GSAK to My Documents on the laptop. Then, copy the file from My Documents to the CGEO/GPX sub-directory.\n\nFrom there you can use CGEO to create a list and import the GPX file into the list for viewing.\n\nUsing the Samsung On The Go (OTG) cable and the Garmin data cable connected to it and the tablet, I was able to then -\-\-COPY-\-\- the GPX file to the Montana GPX sub-directory and the Montana recognizes it. Notice I was screaming COPY and not move. For some reason the Move funtion will only move the file name to the Montana GPX sub-directory but not the data. Strange.\n\n\nMontana 680 GPSr - Another unusual discovery was that the tablet would not recognize (read: connect) to the Montana when the lithium battery was installed. It is as is there is no connection at all. Now AA batteries work just fine – even the Energizer lithium AA batteries. Or you can have no batteries in at all and the tablet will recognize the Montana and allow you to transfer data/delete files, etc. \n\n\nI was able to refresh and export a CGEO list of caches and then later transfer – (again read: copy it)- to the Montana with cables. \n\nNOTE: the refreshed caches may contain up to 40 log entries, depending on the cache (like older caches with a lot of finds). \n\nOh, and I realize I could just use CGEO and not GSAK and dump the laptop, but while the two are similar, GSAK has more capability for what I like do when it comes to working with geocache databases. \nHope this helps anyone out there who has is interested.\nHappy caching.