I'm moving this to it's own thread as it wasn't getting much attention buried in this other thread. http://androidforums.com/lucid-all-things-root/667013-need-your-help-few-files.html For those that don't know me, I'm one of the dev's that works on the Spectrum 1. The Spectrum, for all intensive purposes, is just a bigger version of the Lucid, but without the internal memory. So what does this mean for you? It means, I want to help you guys unlock your ICS boot loader as I did for the Spec. I'd also like to get you guys on to CM10 as we just did. Here is what is going on. I pushed out a copy of ICS with our kernel that we used to unlock ICS. It booted, but it's missing video on the screen. Sound worked find from the log I was given and it even started turning on radio files. This means that a simple video driver adjustment in the kernel should mean being able to give you guys an unlocked boot loader. If the only difference between systems in the video driver, it could also mean a quick port of CM10 to you was well. Here's what I need. I need someone to install the rom and let it run for 2 minutes or so. http://androidfiles.massivefilehost.com/lucid/lucid_ics_b1.zip This should be enough time to fully boot and get all the messages into logs needed. The log in particular I need is dmesg (kernel log). The command "adb shell dmesg > dmesg.txt" will output the log into a text file in your adb directory. If anyone has questions about this, please let me know. I'm not looking to gain another device or full time dev for another device, but this looks to be a quick and easy port. Or, at the very least, will allows us to unlock your boot loader.