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Default [ROM - 1.2] Flashback - Honeycomb 10.1 11/11/11 [G-TABLET\ZPAD T2]

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LAST UPDATE: 11/11/11 (alpha 10.1)



Thank you Dave.S for the video!
Video of Flashback 10.0
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_uIi-EO_Ac[/media]
Video of Flashback 9.0
[media]http://www.youtube.com/v/J98SDDJ3MhE?[/media]

STANDARD DISCLAIMER:
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. By running this firmware, you agree that there is the possibility that you may brick your device. You agree that only you are responsible and no one else is responsible for supporting you if that occurs.

Acknowledgments
Roebeet, Mrguy, Pershoot, Zebwen, Clemsyn and all the Adam and VEGA developers, for this excellent port. If you have contributed something I used let me know and I will add you here.

Pre-requisites
1. Setup and learn how to use nvflash. This is your backout in case something bad happens, so I would recommend you understand how to use this, in advance.
2. Have your device on a stock 1.2-based ROM / mod baseline. For example, build 4349 is the latest 1.2-based stock ROM, as of this writing.

NVFlash
- tlb1961's Rev4 nvflash for windows or linux(Detailed Instructions included in download.)

Installation for 1.2-based stock
Two options for installing Flashback

Option 1 (May have instability)
- Copy the zip file to the root of your internal memory.
- Reboot into recovery. Select install from sdcard.
- Wipe data if after first boot you experience instability or non functioning features that work for others. (this still may not fix your issues)

Option 2 (Preferred method and most stable option)
- View detailed instuctions

Installing Flash (you can upgrade to flash from the Market and use Opera for flash in web and go back to this hacked flash anytime to use Flash apps)
- Go to settings then Applications and select unknown sources
- In File Manager HD navigate to /system/data and install AdobeFlashplayer-hacked.apk
- Will need to repeat these steps after a data wipe!

Features
- YouTube App (All videos play fullscreen)
- External SDcard access
- PC Mounting
- Overclocking
- Flash Browsing (using opera)
- Flash Apps
- Web rendering apps
- adhoc support
- a2dp bluetooth

Flashback Team Members
Dave.S
HiTekRedneck
jazzruby
OtherGuy
rowwor
Sharpe351
TEK112
tlb1961
tlbardelljr


Downloads

Dave S. Flashback tip collection

Alpha 10.1 Link:
(updated 11/11/2011) FlashBack 10.1

MD5 Checksum 2cc1aca7e5a41150276d31f8c4926a5f

Clemsyn Honeycomb Trial 5 Link: http://www.mediafire...7s7c1anfv1pnfe3



Compatible Game List
Check here for compatible game list by FunkyFlyChicken

Bug/Feature Request
Click here to enter your bug/feature request. Please be as detailed as possible.

Changelog
View the Flashback Changelog.

Issues
- Camera isn't working
- HD Video








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sorry i have been out of the loop for a while on the gtab (ever since i got my thunderbolt) but why cant we get flash to work? i hear it has something to do with flash 10.3 not made for honeycomb by adobe but why not strip the flask.apk from the galaxy tab or xoom?
 
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I will put some up soon. As soon as I posted this my hard drive crashed new one installing now.

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sorry i have been out of the loop for a while on the gtab (ever since i got my thunderbolt) but why cant we get flash to work? i hear it has something to do with flash 10.3 not made for honeycomb by adobe but why not strip the flask.apk from the galaxy tab or xoom?
I think we can get flash to work. It looks to me Honeycomb is just glorified gingerbread. This ROM is run by pershoots gingerbread kernel. I have not started looking at this yet. I have only really dug into this the last couple weeks and first goals were external sd card, gsensor and pc mount on the same ROM.
 
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Thanks for this, now we got a bunch of options on honeycomb , is there any specific difference between this and bos or illuminate?
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Thanks for this, now we got a bunch of options on honeycomb , is there any specific difference between this and bos or illuminate?
I have not tried illuminate basically due to time. BOS/Flashback have become quite close. I think the main difference is Flashback has the enhanced shutdown menu

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