The CyanogenMod 7 team has announced taken another step forward and announced an experimental ACME Installer which will help users dual boot Android/WebOS on their HP TouchPads.
“It has been nearly a week since you’ve heard from us. Far, far too long.
Today we want to introduce you to “A CyanogenMod Experimental Installer”, aka “ACME Installer”. Once released, it will be a fairly simple and hopefully safe method to install CM to your Touchpad. The process is as simple as we could make it– once you start ACME Installer, it does all the hard stuff.”
After the installer is released, users will need three files to set up CM7: the ACME Installer itself, a program called novacom for Windows, Mac and Linux from HP and a file called cm-update which contains all the CM7 files.
Watch the video below to see how it all works:
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