Thank you to all the DEV'S who have made this possible BIG UPS TO YOU
This worked for me, and in theory if my instructions are followed carefully it will work for you.
However if your results are not the same I am in no way responsible for any dammage done to your tablet!
THE GOOD STUFF
This was tested on Acer A100 on the latest ICS LEAK found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1510706
Also my PC is running windows 7 x64
(Follow install instructions carefully)
First install the latest ICS leak http://vache-android.com/v1/index.ph...files&file=148
Once complete do a factory data reset on your device from the settings/backup and restore menu on the tablet
When that is complete, Root your Device using the method found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1531646
( again Follow instructions Carefully )
BE ABSOLUTELY SURE YOUR DEVICE IS ROOTED BEFORE YOU GO ANY FURTHER!!
Unlock your BOOTLOADER using the method here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1557445
(Really be careful here!)
This is where it gets tricky download http://forum.tegraowners.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=369 for your OS and extract recovery_thor17_403.img to the root of your platform-tools folder for instance mine is C:\android-sdk\platform-tools
Once completed on your PC open a command prompt as an administrator and navigate to your platform-tools folder from cmd prompt e.g. cd c:\android-sdk\platform-tools and hit enter
next type the following commands:
adb reboot bootloader
once in bootloader mode type:
fastboot flash recovery recovery_thor17_403.img
and hit enter you will see it flash to your device within a couple of seconds.
once complete with the tablet in upright landscape mode ( home button on the right hand side ) power the device down and power it back on while holding the leftmost volume button firmly when it vibrates you may release the power button.
continue to hold the volume button until you see Booting recovery kernel image on the screen.
if all went well you now have cwm on your device
now for rom manager!
boot back into android OS and navigate to the google market, search for rom manager in the upper search pane.
download the app and install
open the app and press ok
next press flask clockworkmod recovery
next confirm your phone model
a popup will say your device is not officially supported press yes
next confirm version 3.x+
and you should be good to go
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