December 19, 2011
[Beta 3 available: http://www.ceh-photo.de/blog/?p=430]
After some positive feedback on beta 1 release of Honeycomb-x86 for Acer1825 series convertible laptops I spend some time (too much time I think ;-)) on improving it.
So now the second release (beta 2) is available:
December 8, 2011
[Beta 2 available: http://www.ceh-photo.de/blog/?p=417]
So its long time ago that I wrote something about Android-x86 and my Acer1825 but now I could tell, that I was not lazy in between.
I was working on builds based on the former work for froyo-x86 of arobase (we are still in contact, but he does not own the Acer1825 anymore).
April 22, 2011
I made huge progress on using my installed androidx86 on my Acer1825(build). Today I found out, how to install all google apps included synchronization of mail,contacts.. and all funny apps like google talk, maps, youtube and don`t forget the original google market!!! And I can say it works. I can’t believe, it works!
April 17, 2011
Most of you know that nice Androidx86 release from arobase for the Acer1825, but a lot of you asked for installation on hard-disk. I have done it and here comes, how it works:
First my start configuration: I had a installation of Windows7 (seldom used) (NTFS) and Ubuntu 10.10 on LVM(ext4), no free space for a new partition.
February 5, 2011
Arobase40, the guy who to much of the Ubuntu customisation for the Acer 1825, write a interesting comment on one of my acer 1825 post and I decided, that this information is too important to let it stay as one of n comments.