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Touchpad Cyanogenmod

HP TouchPad Android Master Cyanogenmod
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thefavorite

thefavorite

Android Beginner

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 01:29 PM #851

I still check it daily
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Warus

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 01:48 PM #852

Ditto
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Razor512

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 02:13 PM #853

generally with most ports, (noticed with cyanogen mod for other devices as well as windows mobile updated for older pocket PC's is once the OS gets ported, things slow down as the random issues are actually harder to fix than just getting the OS to boot. Because of this, unless you have nightly builds or some some server back end stuff that will auto compile new changes, you will go a while without much change.
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jac9792

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 09:58 AM #854

So i just installed 3.0.477 on my 32 gb touchpad and it didnt break my moboot. Ive see alot of people say that the upgrade removed their moboot. any info on this?
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Redflea

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 12:51 PM #855

So i just installed 3.0.477 on my 32 gb touchpad and it didnt break my moboot. Ive see alot of people say that the upgrade removed their moboot. any info on this?


The updated version of acme installer fixed that issue.
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Noob Guide to set up a build environment & build Touchpad (CM9/CM10) or Galaxy Nexus (Fruits-n-Veggies/Liquid/AOKP) ROMs: http://goo.gl/Zpht8

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Toro): ROM: AOKP (personal builds): Kernel: Franco's Nightly (usually)
HP Touchpad: CM9 Homemade Kang based on Dalingrin and Co.

scifan

scifan

Android Lover

Posted 11 November 2011 - 11:30 PM #856

when I installed 3.0.477, it crashed and I had to doctor my device... however that seems to be a deviation from what most experienced...
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Matt M

Matt M

Android Beginner

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 08:26 PM #857

YAY http://www.engadget....ing-go-ahead-f/
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midas

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Android Beginner

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Posted 15 November 2011 - 04:26 AM #858

YAY http://www.engadget....ing-go-ahead-f/


Interesting tidbit in that article is that the Honeycomb source code is also being released at the same time. Not sure it really matters at this point, but still interesting.
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boss13

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Posted 15 November 2011 - 07:22 AM #859

Interesting tidbit in that article is that the Honeycomb source code is also being released at the same time. Not sure it really matters at this point, but still interesting.


I wish they did that earlier, as we could have probably been running a tablet android on the touchpad by now, even if it was just alpa build.
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Redflea

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Posted 15 November 2011 - 08:16 AM #860

I wish they did that earlier, as we could have probably been running a tablet android on the touchpad by now, even if it was just alpa build.


Honeycomb is a dead end, a one-off made to cover tablets until ICS was released. I suspect the CM team would have avoided spending time on it.
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Noob Guide to set up a build environment & build Touchpad (CM9/CM10) or Galaxy Nexus (Fruits-n-Veggies/Liquid/AOKP) ROMs: http://goo.gl/Zpht8

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Toro): ROM: AOKP (personal builds): Kernel: Franco's Nightly (usually)
HP Touchpad: CM9 Homemade Kang based on Dalingrin and Co.