1. I think we shouldn't hijack this thread and continue an overlong discussion about browsers, flash & cm9. It might be a good idea to open a new thread in 'GENERAL' to discuss it in detail and then report our experiences back to Koshu.
2. At the moment I don't know. I have to go into detail to find out how I installed it, I only see in PLAY that it is not compatible (so the 10' version) with my device although it is also tagged as installed.
But not today, I'm tired
don't mean to belittle what you guys are discussing, but when I see a new post notification on this thread I'm hoping its a new release only to check and see it a post about browsers and so on. Here's hoping the next post will be about 3g finally working. If wishes were horses
Good to have some feedback. I was beginning to feel the project was dead. Even if there's nothing new is it possible to have a more recent cm9 port from the latest releases maybe it may enhance performance?
It's not about ICS, it's about CM9 and AOKP and all that fun stuff. It's an enhanced version of ICS, such as a hardware button to turn off the touchscreen, several tweaks to speed up the system, etc. You really don't want to use stock, generally.
Hell if I knew anything about building a rom I would have done it .......with that being said the people over in the nook color threads got together and learned how to compiled from source and since have become devs of their own I would love to see that happen with the TPT being that we don't have a lot of dev support except for those that are you know who ya are lol the more people are interested the more we can dev this tablet ..anyone interested .....
First of all, I'd be highly surprised if lenovo kept to their word and released ics in May. Look how long it took them to release ota 2 with all that carrier certification rubbish. Why carriers have a say in a business tablet is beyond my imagination but that's another matter.
Secondly, I agree that aokp seems to be slightly better than cm9 so maybe we can work together and make use of the wonderful work koshu and Jon have done to improve the port.
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