Muchos de los que tenemos un HP Touchpad y que lo disfrutamos estabamos esperando que el grupo CM7 liberara la primera versión alpha de su Port a Android y ya lo ha hecho.
Ya hay muchos usuarios disfrutando de Android en tu tablet HP, aunque el mismo grupo dice que es una versión todavía con muchos errores, pero es una versión usable.
Lo principal es que después de la instalación (puede que laboriosa o no, dependiendo del usuario), tendremos un menú para seleccionar que S.O. lanzar.
Seguramente el mío acabe siendo instalado mañana mismo, de modo que os contaremos de primera mano que tal va.
Os dejo con toda la información en el sitio original: http://rootzwiki.com/showthread.php?4011-RELEASE-ALPHA-Discussion-CyanogenMod-team-Touchpad-port
A continuación videos del proceso de instalación y las instrucciones.
Inicio mediante moboot
Las instrucciones en ingles:
+-------------------------------------------------------+| The Alpha CyanogenMod Experimental (ACME) Installer || v.01 |+-------------------------------------------------------+
ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA NOT FOR REDISTRIBUTION ALPHAALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA
WHAT THIS DOES
1. Watch this video for an overview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2zWiftfwIk
2. Automatically adjusts storage space for Cyanogenmod by shrinking the "media" partition on the TouchPad by 2GB.
3. Automatically creates three new Cyanogenmod logical volumes (cm-system, cm-data, and cm-cache) on the Touchpad.
4. Installs most "update...zip"-style files (such as "update-cm-7.1.0-RC1-tenderloin-signed.zip" or update-ClockworkMod.zip) onto the Touchpad. For those already familiar with Cyanogenmod, this is a file one might use with clockworkmod recovery.
5. Changes the default action on the TouchPad to boot into Cyanogenmod rather than WebOS.
Another tool/method (TBD) may be then used to switch the default boot from one operating system to another.
The ACME Installer may be run additional times to install subsequent "update...zip" style-files. It should not resize the media, nor recreate the logical volumes if they already exist.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
1. An HP TouchPad w/at least 2GB free on the "media" partition.
2. A Linux, Mac, or Windows computer
3. A USB cable
4. The "novacom" program, installed on your computer. novacom is a program offered by HP for communicating from your computer to the TouchPad. It is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows.
NOTE: IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO INSTALL ANYTHING BUT NOVACOM. Installing Java, Virtualbox, sample files, etc. is unnecessary. YOU DO NOT NEED TO INSTALL THE ENTIRE "SDK", only novacom. See www.webos-internals.org for instructions. Or Google search for "novacom".
Linux (Ubuntu): https://developer.palm.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=page&id=1585 -- skip to step 5 and download novacom only.Mac: https://developer.palm.com/index.php?view=article&option=com_content&id=1545Windows: https://developer.palm.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=page&id=1661
5. The ACME Installer files (on your computer.) These are the above-referenced "update...zip" "payload" files.
For a first-time install, you will need at least two update files. The file names may vary slightly as new versions come out, but they should look basically like this:
a. moboot_#.#.#.zip --- without this "moboot" bootloader file, you will not see the boot menu and will not have CyanogenMod selected as the default install. Moboot, based on "lk" (little kernel), is a project lead by jcsullins and tmzt who deserve much credit for this amazing program. Download latest from here: http://code.google.com/p/moboot/
b. update-cm-7.1-tenderloin-a1-fullofbugs.zip -- this file contains CyanogenMod itself. "tenderloin" is the development code name for the TouchPad. Cyanogenmod has a convention for naming its releases after these code names.
Optionally, you may wish to have:
c. update-cwm-*.zip -- this is the ClockworkMod "recovery" image. It is an emergency boot mode accessible from boot menu that can also be used for installing or updating CM. Although th
USING THE ACME INSTALLER
To install CM, first read the NOTICE at the end of this file. Understand that you are doing something highly experimental, and prepare yourself for the dire consequences of failure. Familiarize yourself with these instructions carefully before you even consider trying it.
1. Boot your TouchPad into WebOS.
2. Connect your TouchPad to your computer with a USB cable. (Mac, Windows, or Linux work fine.)
3. On WebOS, you should be notified that you are "Connected" via USB. Select "USB Drive" and then, if asked, select "OK" to confirm.
4. A USB icon should appear on your screen, and the TouchPad WebOS volume should now be accessible on your computer. Depending on your OS, an icon for the HP WebOS volume may appear on your desktop.
5. Using your computer, create a folder/directory on the HP WebOS device called "cminstall" in the first folder. Inside this folder, copy the "update...zip" files you wish to install. Minimally, you should include the update-moboot and update-cm files described above. Optionally you may add the update-ClockworkMod and any other update...zip files you wish to have installed.
6. Unmount/Eject the TouchPad volume from your computer.
7. Reboot the TouchPad. As it is booting, hold the volume-up key until a large white USB symbol appears.
8. From the Terminal, or the Command prompt if you are on Windows, navigate to the directory with the ACME Installer binary, and type the following command:
$ novacom boot mem:// < ACMEInstaller
In the above example, $ represents the prompt.
On Macintosh, the Terminal is accessible from Applications->Utilities->Terminal. Ubuntu and other Linux users may use the Terminal application. In future revisions of ACME installer, it may not be necessary to use the Terminal at all.
9. Cross your fingers.
10. If all works well, the "update...zip" file will automatically be installed and your TouchPad should boot into Cyanogenmod.
WHAT IF IT DOESN'T WORK?
1. Freak out.
2. You'll have to go online for help. Do *NOT* bother the CM developers. It's not likely to be their fault. You probably screwed something up.
3. Go to http://webchat.freenode.net/ and fill out the form. Under Channels put #cyanogenmod-touchpad and hopefully someone there will know what to do.
4. Additionally, you can visit the forums at rootzwiki.com or xda-developers.com for assistance.
AFTER THE INSTALLER RAN, I GOT A TRIANGULAR "WARNING" LOGO
Something went wrong. Perhaps your filesystem(s) were corrupted. Go to:
Get/install HP's "WebOS Doctor" which should (hopefully) restore your system to the latest version of WebOS. Instructions for use are on that page.
Running and/or installing Cyanogenmod and/or any file discussed above may void your warranty, result in loss of data and/or the destruction of your device(s), and/or may have other unintended consequences. These instructions are to be followed entirely at your own risk. Cyanogenmod itself is presently considered of "alpha" quality and is in no way intended for everyday use and may not be fit for any purpose.
AGAIN, YOU ARE ADVISED NOT TO RUN NOR INSTALL THIS OR ANY OTHER FILE OR PROGRAM DISCUSSED ABOVE. THERE IS ALWAYS A RISK OF "BRICKING" YOUR TOUCHPAD, LOSING YOUR WARRANTY, LOSING DATA, OR WORSE. By running and/or installing any software discussed above, you acknowledge that you understand the risks and agree to hold ONLY YOURSELF responsible for any and all consequences that may result. You also agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of any applicable licenses that may apply.
Cyanogenmod and ACME Installer are Internet-community projects. Neither these projects nor their developers or contributors claim any official affiliation with Hewlett Packard or the TouchPad tablet.