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Lollipop 5.1.1 Ported to HP TouchPad

Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet keeps surprising everyone with ports, and now XDA Recognized Developer flintman got Android 5.1.1 to work on this now-ancient device. If you have a TouchPad around, try it out - you will make a lot of users on older Android versions very jealous!

New XDA Home Page, HP Touchpad Lollipop – XDA TV

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop for the Nexus 10 and 7 is available! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of the new XDA Home. Also, be sure to check out the article talking about TWRP version...

Get the Taste Of Lollipop on Ancient HP TouchPad!

A WebOS Hewlett-Packard Touchpad was released in July 2011 and was discontinued only 49 days later. This fact didn't stop XDA developers from working on custom ROMs for this quite old device and now you can get the unofficial CyanogenMod 12 port thanks to XDA Recognized Developer invisiblek!

HP TouchPad Gets Self-Powered USB OTG Hardware Mod

While the majority of the development done here on XDA is software, our developers and members have also developed some pretty awesome hardware modifications. With projects that make the HTC HD2 look young again, there isn't really a limit on what devs can do with hardware. Now, HP Touchpad users can build self-powered USB OTG right into...

Fix Xperia Play Touchpads and O Button Problems on CM9.x

For all the mobile gaming enthusiasts out there, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is the perfect combination of a handheld gaming console and an Android phone. With its touchpads and Playstation buttons, playing games on the device is a PSP-like experience. But what happens when you flash a custom ROM like CyanogenMod 9 or 9.1...

Jelly Bean (CM10) on HP Touchpad, Syncing Apps Across Devices, and FREE OTA Updates! – XDA Developer TV

There have been so many important stories published on the XDA News Portal this week. To recap these stories, we sent out the Jordan signal---a giant beard spotlight in the night sky---to rally the best man for the job. And as quick as can be, Super XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan arrives to save the...

CyanogenMod 10 Released on HP Touchpad and Wildfire S

At this point, it just wouldn't feel like summer unless we spent a little time talking about Jelly Bean. With releases coming out for seemingly everyone at this point, the devices with ports almost outnumber devices without. As the march continues, two new devices have managed to get some Jelly Bean---one of which becomes the...

Mod Pack for TouchPad Delivers Better Performance

Development for the HP TouchPad has always been impressive, especially considering the degree to which it was a commercial flop. Despite being discontinued a number of times, the device still gets more than its fair share of development.XDA Forum Member rohan32 has released a mod pack aimed at increasing everything from performance and battery life to even...

Closer to Perfection–Ubuntu 11.10 Running Natively on HP Touchpad

Ubuntu and the infamous HP Touchpad.  For those of you around the HPT scene, you know that this is likely a comparable device to the HD2 in terms of flexibility. The device runs WebOS natively, Android (all the way to ICS thanks to the good people at the Cyanogen team), and as of October of...

HP Releases Android Kernel For TouchPad

You may remember that during the HP TouchPad fire sale, a few slates slipped out with a primitive Android Froyo build on them. Well, HP doesn't seem to know how the tablets hit shelves with Android on board, but its decided to release the source code for the OS. Devs had previously called on the...

Mod App Delivers Ability to Change DPI and Fix Market Compatibility for HP Touchpad

For those who are unfamiliar with DPI, it is short for "dots per inch" and is a measure of the resolution of the display on any given Android device. Modifying it can bring you higher, or lower, resolution to make your screen look better.For those carrying the HP Touchpad, most users are limited to using...

Synaptics Hardware Hacked Touchpad Running CyanogenMod 7 – XDA TV

Here we see Synaptics showing off their HP  Touchpad at CES 20120. This Touchpad isn't quite like all the others, however. Synaptics has replaced the daughterboard responsible for sensing touch and replaced it with their own.  HP used 16 different chips to make their board, while the new Synaptics board uses only one. As explained in...