Post by grammagrace on Jan 5, 2017 17:23:40 GMT -5
Thanks. I just put it on my phone this week. Saturday I'm going to hand my phone to my son and let him fix it. I have 2 that I use. One is a phone the other is just a tiny computer. Will have him install on the one I didn't first.
I'm currently making a how-to for y'all that use the PC for tapatalk. I'll do a whole brand-new installation, and also a cross-device installation (for those that already have it on phone / have it on pc but not phone)
if that makes sense.
might take me a while (got my sister visiting) but i'll do my best.
So there's a couple of reasons folks are having trouble with using it on PC.
1) Tapatalk is not PC software for regular users. If you create a login, and then search for keeping a family cow, it will find it for you - but when you select the KFC forum it will simply redirect you to the proboards website.
2) The tapatalk interface that does download actual software, is a forum owner/webmaster interface designed to link the proboards hosting site directly to the app so that users may access it via the tapatalk app on their android/apple devices only.
so this is why it keeps pushing you to purchase/use the tapatalk app on your phone; in short it is not for traditional computers.
unfortunately this means you are stuck uploading pics via a hosting site like livejournal/tinypic etc. sorry guys.
for those of you using a device however; you can become a tapatalk user via your computer if you like - and then use that login on your phone/tablet/device.
I would recommend using the same login details & password for tapatalk as for the forum - just to keep things simple.
Last Edit: Jan 5, 2017 18:58:49 GMT -5 by kfctest123
When I saw that this thread had been updated by kfctest123, I thought "Hmm. That's an odd username. Wonder who this is...." Thanks Morgan, for explaining the Tapatalk; I deleted my account when I figured out they were only going to offer me their mobile app. You just confirmed what I suspected.
When I saw that this thread had been updated by kfctest123, I thought "Hmm. That's an odd username. Wonder who this is...."
Well I did want "testymctestface" but the Gmail account for that wasn't available
I'll have a play around with the mobile app and go through set up for that with screen shots, might be a few days though as i got a spanking new phone for xmas from my mum and now i need to learn a whole new device.
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