Up to now I've been using my iPad Air but yesterday I tried a Hudl 2 (UK tablet from Tesco) running Android 4.4.2 with the possibility of using it as a dedicated screen for the Inspire. The size is ideal (fits exactly into the manual slot in the case) and at £99 or less it's very affordable, and it gets good reviews as a tablet. While not up to the iPad standard it seems to work well enough though the video image is a little jerky and I don't like the Android features / settings as much (though I expect the next release will be an improvement). I shut down just about everything I could to make sure the maximum processing power was available to run Pilot App. However one BIG problem I discovered is that if I come out of the Pilot App (without shutting it down) to look at the home screen or another app, then when I go back to Pilot App the video signal has gone for both live feed and playback and the 'No Signal' message is displayed, but the aircraft controls still operate okay. Whatever I try I can't get the video back without powering down the aircraft and RC and doing another start-up. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Pilot App and have the latest firmware and software installed and the Android USB connection set to PTP. I've had a good look on the forum to see if anybody else has the reported this issue but can't find anything qite like this. I know the Hudl is cheap and not a Dji supported device but before blaming the hardware I'd like to know if anybody else has (had) this problem and if so is there a solution within the Android settings - or is it just a known bug in the app? Any helpful ideas ?