after finding out how to create my own rom I will explain the progress for everyone.
At first of all make sure you have RSPL/HSPL installed before you try to create/flash your rom
Download a original rom for your device to start-up...
I'm wondering why not more people here working to get android lollipop working on our beloved tablets
I started to read a little bit into the topic and found quick easy solutions on the web to get ordenary android-x86 images boot ve...
Today I managed to decompress modify and compress the logo in the logo.bin file
all you have to do is save the bitmat in original format & check if the header is still the same.
in my case I have to change 4 hex values (value 7-10) to 84 03 ...
doing this it just gives me the EFI directory, but no other partitions available.
I'm wondering if this could be a problem of Androidx86 not being able to install on a microSDCard with GPT partition layout ?
I will give it a try when I'm back ...
Things I do at the moment to test my images:
- download img file
- open the img file in Ubuntu and copy the content on my USB-Drive (2 partitions: one fat partition + one 8GB EXT4 partition)
- shut down my SP2
- press & hold VOL-DOWN key whi...