Other people's threads basically answered the query I had. Android is another OS that LogMeIn should be looking into as it's becoming so widely used. I've had to make some extreme changes so I can still work, but to have Hamachi on the Android system would solve my issues and assist many people around the world who is in the same boat.
I suppose it's a waiting game as it may be released sometime in the future. Also to purchase a windows tablet here where I am is extremely expensive.
Short answer: No. Hamachi uses its own independent protocol which is not supported by the Android VPN client. It is possible, though not at all time-efficient, to write your own VPN software which would do something similar to what LogMeIn Hamachi allows us to do.
It is good news that LogMeIn is working on Hamachi for Androids and other mobile devices. I agree that the fact there is a Beta version of Hamachi for the Windows Phone is a horrible reason to purchase the phone. I hope it is soon. It's almost 2013, it seems like this should have been implemented already.
You could use "Wifi-go remote". It requires a compadable motherboard (Z77 o some sort). Works well. Then you can access it from anywhere fast. I would recommend getting a Hamachi-like app on the device.
Hi all, while we get a Hamachi app for Android... in the meantime for accessing files remotely give "tonido" (www.tonido.com) a try, nice on PC & has a pretty good Android app both for smartphone & tablet android devices.