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  1. amadeus1104

    amadeus1104 Member

    Hi all,
    looking for some help - I am ready to make the switch over the android on my touchpad... I just read there is a new verision that fixes the mic and the wireless... my question is once i put Android on this touchpad will it upgrade to the latest fix that has the mic working? or do i have to keep doing it manual?

    also I am a newbie so is there a easy how to guide with the latest verison of android and the mic working someone can send post me?

    Thanks All!

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  2. trvbone

    trvbone Member

    I'm going to attempt this tomorrow this is the link I was provided when asking this question.
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    trvbone Member

  4. Tim K

    Tim K Well-Known Member Contributor

    Follow the guide and install one of the latest "nightlies". These are the most recent updates of Android "Ice Cream Sandwich" (4.0.4). I am running the 20120903 version (from Sept 3rd). It is very stable and has all the fixes to date.

    Here are the nightlies:
    CyanogenMod Downloads

    Since these are all custom builds for the Touchpad, there are no automatic updates. That said, there probably won't be any updates at all really as the CM team is focusing on building a newer version based on Android 4.1 (Jelly bean).
  5. amadeus1104

    amadeus1104 Member

  6. Jeffery

    Jeffery Well-Known Member

  7. amadeus1104

    amadeus1104 Member

    ok this might sound stupid but is someone willing to help me do this via Skype? I don't want to mess this up and the instrucions are not for the new fix that fixes the Mic issue... I'm new at this and I just don't want to mess it up... I would be greatfull if someone wouldn't mind messaging me to help me...

    Thansk all
  8. colchiro

    colchiro Well-Known Member

    If you rename a nightly build to add "update" to the beginning of the file, the cm9 guide should work fine for you with acme2 installer.

    If you use acme3 installer, the cm9 nightly will work, but you need to add "update" to the beginning of the gApps file.

    If you prefer, there are also installation instructions here:

    [ROM] Official CyanogenMod 9 Nightly Build Discussion - CyanogenMod [HP Touchpad] - RootzWiki

    or here:

    First time install instructions for CyanogenMod - CyanogenMod [HP Touchpad] - RootzWiki
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