Hi to all!
I am the owner of an Archos 101 and I thought, why not port Honeycomb?
So I've used the SDK images that Google published and I've booted Honeycomb on the Archos 101. But anything works
Some screens http://twitter.com/licuende/statuses/36070541160878081
As I said, anything works. The system blocks and you can't make anything. The biggest problem is that ADB isn't working neither, so I can't debug the problems. I have tried a lot of things in the init.rc without success.
So I claim your help, Android veterans!
Here the steps for having Honeycomb on the Archos 101 (would be the same for other gen8 devices):
- Install UrukDroid 0.6
- Download http://megaupload.com/?d=UBC0FFZ1 and place it on /tmp
- Booting into stock Android, mount SD and run these commands (replace /dev/sdc2 and /feb/sdc3 with the second and third partition of your SD card):
- # cd /tmp
- # mkdir sdcard
- # mount /dev/sdc2 sdcard
- # mkdir honeycomb
- # cd honeycomb
- # unzip ../honeycomb.zip
- # cp -rf sdkramdisk/* ../sdcard
- # cp -rf sdksystem/* ../sdcard/system
- # umount ../sdcard
- # cd ..
- # mount /dec/sdc3 sdcard
- # rm -rf sdcard/*/*
- # umount sdcard
- Reboot and boot the Developer Edition
- Wait some time and... you'll get the unlock screen of Honeycomb!
I am a novice in Android ROMs so help is welcomed.
Thanks to deeper-blue (XDA) and @dm8tbr (OpenAOS) for helping me and $auron for UrukDroid
EDIT: Google will not release Honeycomb source code until Ice Cream release at the end of the year. That isn't good :(