Nextbook 8 some cheapo android tablet i bought many years ago
did not change the os it’s android 4.1.1 it has a few problems but works for me
can’t remeber was more than a few years ago i’m guessing around 150€
i used velcro one part attached to back of tablet one part to wall(paper). But watch out if going this route, while it works don’t make the mistake as i did and buy the strongest velcro tape you can find as i can tell you it’s too string. One part is attached to my wallpaper and one part to tablet. Initialy the velcro was so strong i could not get the tablet of the wall and when trying harder the backplate of the table was still attached to the wall while i had the rest of the tablet in my hands. Also don’t recommend doing it on wallpaper i did it and removed one strip after wards it took part of the paper with it. My guess is though if you don’t use the strongest wallpaper it might work. It still works for me but i don’t remove my tablet from the wall anymore
No lan i use wifi and i have a wall socket nearby the place where “hung” my tablet so the charger is always attached to the socket and tablet
Sorry for the long delay, I’ve had this up and running but forgot to ever take pictures. I’m using WallPanel to display the dashboard in fullscreen and turn the screen on automatically with motion detection. So far everything works great!
PAINFUL EXPERIENCE! I underestimated the complexity of the project… I dug a huge hole in the wall only to find that the space behind where I dug was stuffed by a heating/cooling duct and completely enclosed by studs. Long story short I managed to deplete my 200+ IQ (jokin’) to find a route for the usb cable right behind the drywall, across the stud, through the electric box, out through the back of the wall and plugged back into a usb receptacle…
Thanks! I bought one of these from a company called Vidabox. It looks like they have Galaxy Tab A 9.7 enclosures, not sure if that would fit an S though. It wasn’t cheap (something like $90) but it fit perfectly and is easy to remove the cover to access the tablet to restart it.
Once you plug it in you can wrap it around the back of the tablet then cut a hole in the wall just big enough to fit a wireless charger. Here’s an image that gives you an idea of what it looks like… you would basically barely be able to tell there was anything plugged in. If I did another wall mount i’d probably go this route.
Was actually pretty pleased with the final result, and the mount was a bargain compared to alternatives!
Had to modify the mount slightly, cutting a hole in the back panel to route the cable out of the back, and nipping off some plastic supports to allow the cable to route through without the tablet pressing on the charge cable