I am working on porting the latest upstream version and will update this post as things start working.
Things to do:
Create boot image that boots into the Ubuntu Touch rootfs.
Create Android container started by Ubuntu.
MultiROM lets you install multiple ROMs into subfolders, just by flashing them using a modified TWRP.
This is an unofficial port of MultiROM originally developed for the Nexus series to our beloved TF300T.
Big thanks Tasssadar for the original...
This is an experimental build of CyanogenMod 10.1 for Asus TF300T and TF300TG with the new bootloader 4.2.
If you are an experienced CyanogenMod user, please give it a try and let me know anything I broke.
But please see "Known Issues" below.
f69m Mate any updates since the 9th? :confused:
Well, I have not build another image. Let me kick off a release build.
I found a quick hack to make audio work, when the dock is connected.
Unfortunately, this removes support for USB audio, but jsf...
Custom 4.2- and 4.4-based ROMs
To install/update your primary ROM, just flash it as usual with the modified MultiROM TWRP, using "Install" from the main screen.
Installing a secondary ROM is just as easy, but use: