meagain wrote:Bad idea. This is a step back from Androidx86, which is essentially this with bootloader additions added. Our best hope for a port would be compiling CM13 using files from the released iWork 7 image, as you can see in previous posts a similar approach has been attempted with a Lollipop ROM from another tablet.
If anyone does happen to have any custom ROMs they have made for the device, PM them to me and I'll include them in my dual-boot tool that can be found on the other thread (almost complete now)
Well, I was the one who tried the lollipop rom on this device using another atom tablet
Basically any atom build can boot on this tablet; but it requires massive framework changes due to it's systemui modifications built specific for that tablet.
I did try to rebuild it with those libs from the cube image and I couldn't get it to flash...
The atom images from the sdk didnt work either. It was worth a try anyhow imo.
Now I've got time off, it's time to tinker with the repacking tools on Linux and see if I can get some specific parameter to repack the image correctly. The alternative is to build an recovery from source, as Droidboot can boot into it.
Anyhow since we're talking about androidx86 here, what's wrong with it currently running on the linx? Any of those bugs could be fixed by moving over libs from the cube image. The libs folder does contain specific board drivers, so it isn't impossible