Honeycomb firmware on Toshiba Folio 100 (Folio 3x firmware)

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Dexter_nlb from xda-developers is offering an Honeycomb port for the Toshiba Folio 100.

Current version 0.2 beta of the Folio 3x firmware is a work in progress to bring Honeycomb on the Toshiba Folio 100 Tablet, this custom firmware is already fully fonctionnal and quite stable. It is the result of the work for the NotionInk Adam and Advent Vega tablets from several developers working on Tegra tablets (MrGuy , newbe5 , corvus , HomerSp) where Dexter_nlb applied some modifications for it to work on the Folio 100.

Flashing instructions


– download Folio3xv02beta.zip (original link) from or Folio3xv02beta.zip (our mirror)
– open Folio3xv02beta.zip archive, extract update.zip from there and copy update.zip to the root of your SDCard
– use your Folio 100 recovery menu (Toshiba default recovery or ClockworkMod Recovery V3.0.0.5) to flash the new firmware.

optionaly, we recommend wiping your tablet using Fastboot to make sure you have a clean operating system.
Start fastboot using this procedure then issue the following command
fastboot -w
Dexter_nlb from xda-developers is offering an Honeycomb port for the Toshiba Folio 100.

Current version 0.2 beta of the Folio 3x firmware is a work in progress to bring Honeycomb on the Toshiba Folio 100 Tablet, this custom firmware is already fully fonctionnal and quite stable. It is the result of the work for the NotionInk Adam and Advent Vega tablets from several developers working on Tegra tablets (MrGuy , newbe5 , corvus , HomerSp) where Dexter_nlb applied some modifications for it to work on the Folio 100.

Flashing instructions


– download Folio3xv02beta.zip (original link) from or Folio3xv02beta.zip (our mirror)
– open Folio3xv02beta.zip archive, extract update.zip from there and copy update.zip to the root of your SDCard
– use your Folio 100 recovery menu (Toshiba default recovery or ClockworkMod Recovery V3.0.0.5) to flash the new firmware.

optionaly, we recommend wiping your tablet using Fastboot to make sure you have a clean operating system.
Start fastboot using this procedure then issue the following command
fastboot -w

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