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This is a CM10 a.k.a Jelly Bean Rom Build from Source.
The Rom has CWM Recovery.
Please Test it and give me Feedback.
Seems all is Working, Feedback Please.
You Tell Me
1.: Download the ROM here
1a: Kernel for Childpad Resitive here
No Mirrors Please !!
2.: Unpack it
3.: Change to RKAndroid_v1.29
4.: Run "RKAndroidTool" as Admin
5.: Check Loader and Press EraseIDB
6.: Uncheck Loader and Press Run (For CP Resitive Owners change the Kernel to the Kernel Image for the Childpad Resitive)
7.: When Finishd the ROM will Restart in the CWM Recovery
8.: Reboot Now
9.: Starting Up wait 5 Min and Reboot Again
10.: Have Fun
just flashed this with the resistive kernal and my touch inputs are all over, the closer to the center the closer they are, but the further away its reading the input as a mirror so i can touch the top of the screen and it presses home(bottom). Trying to see if i can calibrate the screen but havent found that option yet.
I don't think using the default kernel is enough to add support for your resistive screen. You'll probably need to get the calibration apk from your original system and copy it to /system/app on the NeoCM10 firmware.
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hows the g sensor working?
Is it with the updated kernel from the official release?
I am guessing that you guys have worked a bit more on it since its first release so would be interesting to know what has changed if any?
Still looking forward and GOOD WORK!
edit: Got inspired by the performance test
Im running the first release with google play enabled on a capasitive childpad
my score is 2210
cpu freq 912
on the 7c g3, when you unpack the boot.img,you will end up with one folder and 1 file, the zimage. and the ramdisk.
in the ramdisk are all the stuff that makes the tablet to work. (beside de kernel)
for example i found a rusian model of the arnova 7c g3, and same thing, no usb/adb working so i unpacked the boot.img, and i copied from the old boot.img the adb which is in sbin folder, then i copied also the file init.qcom.usb.rc that is ramdisk, which is in the ramdisk folder.
the init.qcom.usb.rc defines how the tablet is recognized in different moments when is connected to the pc. (usb debugg/mass storage/fastboot)
the system should be the same also for the other tablets, you only need to find out where is the ramdisk because from what i saw, usually you get only the kernel image when you flash some roms for this tablet.
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