StoryLine on Android using AMP

Hello. I'm a newbie. I'd like to ask about viewing the content to AMP. I already installed the AMP for Android and I had also published my Articulate project and included the HTML 5 output, and allowed the project to be used on mobile devices and allowed downloading for offline reading. Now, I am done transferring my project to my android phone. Whenever I try to view the story.html, it says that the webpage is not available. The webpage at content://com......etc might be temporarily down or it may moved permanently to a new web address. What should I do? Pls Help. You're appreciated.

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Michael Hinze



Paul Taghoy said:


Hello Super Hero. I appreciate your reply. Yeah, I did published the project using Soryline2. So, after transferring the files to the web server, what should I do? Just forgive my ignorance.





Once the content is uploaded to a server, open your device's browser and launch your content's URL, e.g. www.mycompany.com/mycontent/story.html. With the AMP installed, this will launch your content in the AMP. See here for more info.

Paul Taghoy

Michael Hinze said:

Paul Taghoy said:

Hello Super Hero. I appreciate your reply. Yeah, I did published the project using Soryline2. So, after transferring the files to the web server, what should I do? Just forgive my ignorance.


Once the content is uploaded to a server, open your device's browser and launch your content's URL, e.g. www.mycompany.com/mycontent/story.html. With the AMP installed, this will launch your content in the AMP. See here for more info.

Problem's solved. I used tempshare. I made it. Thank you so much
Paul Taghoy

Michael Hinze said:

SCORM and TinCan are standards that define the communication between courseware and an LMS. If you want to track mobile learners' (access via AMP) completion of a course and/or quiz scores, then your LMS needs to support the TinCan standard.

Thanks Michael. So in-order for me to track my students (in example), the mobile learners must be connected to the internet? If so, How will I make my AMP connected to my LMS? I gotta lot of confusions out here. haha