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59 I've always been more of an Arch than Ubuntu person (how do you know if someone uses ArchLinux? Don't worry, they'll tell you) This requires you to be unlocked and on the JB bootloader. I disclaim all responsibility if it somehow turns your table...
13 Hi everyone I've uploaded a new rootfs + kernel in an for testing. This is a testing release, as such, dual boot is disabled, and it will only boot into Arch. Flash back your Android kernel blob of choice to get back into Android,...
6 noob question; What are the advantages of running it this way vs a chroot/vnc method? (perfomance obviously but how so; is it noticibly faster this way ?) obviously the main advantage of a chroot method is how easy it is to switch back and for...
5 Amazing! I just hope that it will be possible to dualboot with normal android installed. If so, it would be absolutely perfect. Keep going, buddy! That's what I've been working on! I have a kernel that supports full features of both Android and...
4 Hi everyone, I've been working on getting ArchLinuxArm running on the TF300 over at Just something that might help with your touchscreen - you should be able to get basic functionality...