By Christopher, September 15, 2012
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nice site i just found this on searching brightness about my ambitious project to modify my hp mini1017tu became an android tablet
but i have problem with there is no android x86 suits next to mine, especially with the wireless device.
i think you have a promising progress with your android x86
well, i will wait next installatin from you, hopes the wifi prolem is done he….
and if its possible to add the hp un2400 mobile broadband module ethernet adaptor to next realease
sory for my english, cause im indonesian
thx a lot
ikeep with the same problem uts strange on my gfs acer it freezes when i push any button
sorry i got it booted but the eeepc installed i couldnt get beta 4 installed gonna try again tho
I recently re-installed my computer using GPT. The installer and probably the installed kernel don’t seem to have this support. Could you please add both CONFIG_PARTITION_ADVANCED=y and
CONFIG_EFI_PARTITION=y options when you build the next version.
P.S. Once I get linux set up the way I want, I’ll have to look into getting sources so I can update my own kernel.
Ok, I will try to remeber that.
have fun in Asia 🙂
I hope you’ll have the time to my comment…fact is, I am using your beta4 image – works fine on my Acer Aspire One 722, great work! But…no wifi! I have a broadcom BCM4313 chip; the same laptop runs arch linux on a different partition and wifi works fine there; it uses the brcmsmac driver, whereas the 4.0.4 beta android image loads wl. I tried with modprobe -r wl; modprobe brcmsmac, can connect, but keeps dropping and is unusable…any suggestions? Thank you!
Hi there, have you seen this new source of Android from Intel, https://01.org/android-ia/downloads/2013/android-4.2.2r1-ia0 i know is built for UEFI, But it could help you in further development.
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