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|08-27-2014 03:17 PM|
|08-27-2014 10:51 AM|
perhaps this is it, again I can't access this site:
|08-27-2014 10:43 AM|
|08-27-2014 09:11 AM|
|08-27-2014 05:36 AM|
|nitemare||Partitions....So glad they are gone and no more!! Having one partition now makes the TP such a better device.|
|08-26-2014 04:10 PM|
|08-26-2014 02:06 PM|
|08-26-2014 06:49 AM|
I had a mothballed 32gb touchpad which had webos/cm# that I had set up a while back. Decided last week to use the tptoolbox to wipe it completely and install cm11. Wanted to turn it into a MAME emulator. I couldn't get the bluetooth stack to work correctly with the wiimote app in any of the cm11/cm10 roms. Ended up reverting back to cm9 and had to reinstall webos and acmeinstaller.
It's too bad that tptoolbox doesn't support below cm10. I still have a NIB 32 TP that I might put cm11 on to play with.
|08-25-2014 07:52 PM|
2. Install xposed.installer_v32_de4f0d.apk;Click Framerwork>Update>reboot (dont install module as it will always crash netflix)
2. Install com.netflix.mediaclient.v3.2.1-B1346.apk from that zip
3. Block updates to Netflix App in Play Store;Google Play Store>settings>Auto Update>Choose Do not Auto-Update Apps (dont update Netflix)
4. Flash NetflixHackPersist.zip in revcovery (add file to downloads folder in regular mode then reboot to recovery TWRP>Install>downloads>swipe to flash
5. Run netflix and log in
Download files from here:
|08-25-2014 07:33 PM|
|08-14-2014 01:03 PM|
settings>lock screen>screen security>NONE
So far so good!
Also, I fixed netflix (it now plays videos fine). If anyone wants to know how, let me know.
|08-14-2014 10:33 AM|
|08-14-2014 08:51 AM|
I think I finally fixed it by taking the lock screen off.
Change sleep mode to 30 minutes and still had the problem,
But by also disabling lock screen, it's been compeltely fine.
|08-13-2014 07:16 AM|
Wiped out webOS when I used the toolbox to upgrade to 4.4.2. WebOS was a great OS for its time, but it hasn't been updated in three years, app support was nil, and I sure wasn't paying $30 for the barely functioning Openmobile ACL.
As a pure Android tablet with 32GB and the CPU clocked back to 1.5 ghz, it's perfectly serviceable. Adreno 220 isn't going to run ultra high demanding games, but it will run the vast majority well enough. If you got a TP in the firesale, and still have a viable machine three years later, you did pretty damn well.
|08-12-2014 05:53 PM|
These are the only settings I made:
Settings done after installed:
1)Settings>Sounds>Music effects: Check both enables under Bass Boost and Equalizer
2)Display>Sleep>Changed to 30 Minutes
3)settings>status bar>check show battery status percent
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