As far as CM9 goes, I have been running the Alpha 2 version and have absolutely no problems with it besides the camera and mic not working, and the sound issue while the screen is off. ClassicNerd and AOKP are some good alternatives and they have a lot of support, but there are more. Best place to start is the great sticky post by MindSplit : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1552196
MyTouch 4g - SyN_aospX ICS
HP Touch pad - webOS 3.0.5/O.a.T. LnT CM9 JB 4.1.2
If you see CM9 as "broken" then dont bother with Android on your TouchPad. All CM9 ROMs are about the same as far as how stable they are. And all CM9 ROMs just about have the same issues. They are all built from the same source.
I currently use ClassicNerd Rom and love it. Yes, like stated earlier they all are still a little buggy. However it is very cool to multi-boot(moboot) between webOS and android . On the Android side I'm able to download apps from the market and play a load of games. PM me and I will point you to the instructions I used.
Current AT&T Note 3 ROM:[STOCK].
LG G Pad 8.3 ROM:[STOCK].
Moto Atrix HD rooted (damaged LCD)
sold LG Optimus G Pro
sold Oppo Find 5
sold LG G2
sold Nexus 5
sold Nexus 4
sold Galaxy Note 2
sold Nexus 7
sold HTC One X (Str8Talk)
sold S3 I9300 (Str8Talk)
sold Galaxy S2 on (T-Mo)
sold Galaxy Nexus on (Big Red)
Im running CM9 now! THis thing FLIES, only bug i really care about is the audio distortion when the screen is off one, but nbd really!
Question: If i want to Update CM, i just place it on the SD and install via CWM right. How does Moboot know its CM? If i installed another rom via CWM would Moboot properly boot into it?
Is the storage shared? As in, if i boot into WebOS, will it see all the files on the 32gig storage that android sees?
Yes. just place it on your sd card and install in clockwork. It's wise to wipe cache and dalvik before you flash. There may be times when you get more than one android version show up on moboot if it is two completely different ROMs but you just need to delete the other listing. there are tutorials on how to do that. and your sd card is shared. it's structured a little differently in each OS but it all shares the same storage.
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