How to run the Android version?

SmallBASIC implementations: 

I've got a Nexus 5 with the latest (5) android.
When I run smallbasic and put it a port address I can not connect to it from firefox.
Is this how its meant to be run?

There are a few different ways to run your SmallBASIC programs with the android version:

1. File browser:
- Write and debug the program with desktop SmallBASIC.
- Copy the .bas file to your SDCard.
- Launch SmallBASIC, then navigate to the file in the built-in file browser, then tap the link to run.
- or, navigate to the file in the system file browser, then tap the link to start SmallBASIC and run the program.

2. Separate editor on device:
- Write your SmallBASIC program in a separate editor on your device.
- Task switch to SmallBASIC, then run the program using the built-in file browser.

3. Web Service:
- Enter the port number in the setup screen.
- Connect your desktop machine and your mobile device to the same wifi network.
- Launch a desktop browser then enter http://:
- A simple web page is displayed. Enter your SmallBASIC program then click run.

4. QRcode:
- Write and debug the program with desktop SmallBASIC.
- Convert the program to an QRCode image.
- Scan the QRCode in the separate decoder program.
- Click okay to launch SmallBASIC and the encoded program.

The next version will feature a "Live Mode" which checks the file modification time and restarts the program when the time has changed.

Cheers,
Chris