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The mobile client Lumiya for Android is no longer on the supported 3rd party viewer list http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Third_Party_Viewer_Directory . What's the story behind that? Is it still safe to use?
Hello all. I have some questions and i must to know. I'm much a mobile user, i use my phone for almost everything related to internet social medias. I use my phone to get logged into Second Life too since most of the time i'm not at my home in front of my PC. But some days recently I noticed some issues with this SL mobile client called Lumiya. From day to another i noticed that Lumiya was retired from the Google Play store and i don't know why. I still have it installed on my phone, i don't have login problems. Everything seemed to work fine until I logged in today and I noticed that all animations like dances or anything stopped to work, even the AOs seems not to work anymore. I tried to fix the problem several times, even restarting my phone or installing previos versions of Lumiya but all the animations still not work. What is happening? I want my lumiya viewer to work fine again
To be honest, I couldn't care less about any mobile client to access Second Life. Especially when it comes to pure text clients (like that proposed iOS client by LL). From my point of view, SL is a rich virtual world, and I even consider the 15" screen of my laptop as "too small" pretty often, that's why I mostly use my desktop computer with its big monitor to log in. Even if there were a service that streamed SL onto the mobile screens: The screens of smartphones and even tablets are simply way too small (in my opinion) to have a good look on the virtual world. And whenever I enter SL, then ONLY on laptop or PC - even though both my smartphone and my tablet could handle Lumiya easily. So, what use is a mobile client anyway? And what can't wait until you (the general "you") boot your laptop or PC and run a "normal" viewer?