Just wanted to make a quick note here about an important fix. The only showstopper bug I've run into on the touchpad running android is the "sleep of death". Basically, the pad goes to sleep and refuses to wake up, requiring a hard reboot (holding home/power for a long time etc).
The problem seems to stem from cpu scaling. It appears this alpha build is having trouble kicking itself in the pants when it scales down to 192mhz during sleep. Picking up cpu master from the app catalog lets you kick up the minimum scaling speed a few hundred megahertz. Putting it at 384 minimum seems to solve the issue.
It's not perfect obviously, since it'll drain a hair more power running at 384mhz, but it gets me past the only real showstopper bug I've encountered in android thus-far.
Above is the post, all credit where its due. This is from the Pre Central boards.
Edited by mortymouse, 16 October 2011 - 10:54 AM.