HP TouchPad CyanogenMod 10.1 Build with Sound Android 4.2.2





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Published on Apr 4, 2013

CyanogenMod 10.1 is now working with Sound on the HP TouchPad, Great News! SGA has recently posted a build of CM 10.1 for the HP TouchPad with working sound and SDcard. Its almost fully functional minus the Bluetooth. This build lacks some H/W video acceleration but XDA member webdroidmt reports that the latest Adreno drivers fix this problem and it will likely be included into the next build. I am also seeing reasonable battery drain during sleep, as low as -4ma but with the usual spiking. This is a testing build so lets get testing! Please thank and leave SGA some feedback.

Big thanks to SGA, Jcsullins and Drmarble, who all contributed to making this build. Its officially, unofficial, CM10.1 is working on the HP TouchPad!

How to install CM10.1 Test Build:

First make a Nandroid backup of your current setup, Video here:

This Rom & 4.2 gapps can be safely flashed over your current CM10 Rom, don't forget to wipe your caches. If you are using CM9 and have not yet used the ACMEInstaller 3, then you will want to fully install this Rom & gapps with the ACMEInstaller3. Full instructions can be found below, just use this Rom and 10.1 Gapps.

[ROM GUIDE] CM10.1 Test Builds with Sound on the HP TouchPad, Android 4.2.2

[ROM] [04/18] How to install jcsullins CM10 Unofficial Preview Builds

Unofficial Release Notes*

-Sound & Mic
-Low -4ma Battery drain during sleep but with high spiking of -200ma.
-To enable multi-user functionality install the "4.2 Multiple User Enabler Root"
-App Link:https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
-Google Now:

Known Issues:
-Unknown Bugs
-Possible HP TouchPad battery drain issues.
-If your battery is heavily drained, then you may need to leave it charging for a full day.
-When the battery is fully drained it can take the TP a longtime to reach even the lowest battery level.
-The USB cable does not transfer enough power to effectively charge the tablet. You must use the wall plug when charging the HP TouchPad.
-To be safe don't let your TouchPad run out of Batteries when testing Roms!
-You can add an automatic shutdown Rule
What to do: New Rule/Trigger Battery level(Below 20%)/Action/Shutdown//save.
-AutomateIt, Play Store Link:

1)How to enable hardware-accelerated video decoding (YouTube HD, NetFilx,)
Flash the following zip file with CWM or TWRP. Big thank you to Gradular.
Download: update-cm10.1-HDvideo_fix.zip

How to flash your gapps packages video:

2)Fix the touch screen multiple light touch glitch by flashing a .zip patch by Gradular through CWM or TWRP.
Patch Download:

3)You can enable additional reboot options like recovery by enabling Developer options.
-Go to Settings/About Tablet/ Tap on "Build number" 7 times.
-A new menu will appear in the Settings/About Tablet/Developer options/ tab on the left.
-Check "Advanced reboot" to get the Recovery/Boot loader options.

4)Use this free app "4.2 Multiple User Enabler Root" to enable multi-user functionality.
-You can also use the terminal emulator to enable it, see VFF instructions below.

-4.2 Multiple User Enabler Root(Play Store):

5)You may wish to monitor your battery drain history during sleep.
-Install the the free app Battery Monitor Widget:
-Here you can see my sleep history from the last few hours

-Battery Monitor Widget(Play Store):

6)Turning off "network location services" might help to improve overall battery drain and longevity.
-Settings/location access/ access to my location set to off

7) Turning off "Wi-fI optimization" might help to improve Wi-Fi functionality.
-Settings/Wi-Fi/3 Dots/Advanced/Wi-fI optimization (uncheck)

CyanogenMod10.1 Downloads:

CM10.1 Rom Download:

10.1 Gapps:

Source Threads:
[ROM GUIDE] CM10.1 Test Builds with Sound on the HP TouchPad, Android 4.2.2

XDA Thread [DEV] CM10/CM10.1/JB4.2.x Work-in-Process:



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