Good luck getting EcuFlash to run on an Android tablet... It's a Windows app that needs its own drivers, so you'd need a good virtual machine for your Android. It might be doable but I haven't heard of anyone doing it yet.
Originally Posted by Dartholomew
You still gotta load the maps, transfer logs, review logs and make new maps, etc. and you'll need another device to do all that if you're using some embedded car PC. It's much easier to have a single device you can use wherever you are, at or away from your car. And a tablet is a lot more portable and convenient than a laptop in a number of cases.
I use a CarPC and I transfer logs and tunes with a USB drive keychain, or via WiFi. I do almost all of my tuning and log analysis on a desktop system with big monitors, and then do the flashing and logging with the CarPC. Plus it does GPS and it has a nice digital gauge app. I have a Tactrix cable running under the dash and under the carpet so I never mess with cables anymore. I'm really happy with this setup.