orb3000 · Nov 26, 2010 at 09:00 am

Toshiba TG01 Finally has Android Running

This is good news for the Toshiba TG01 owners. XDA member Markinus presents the first test build of Android/Linux running on this device. The developer informs of the latest updates of what is working:

  • Added touchscreen buttons
  • Added first Test Build! Extract to sd and run haret! Look to Post 2.
  • Touchscreen is working now. I had to recalculate the calibration values. Later we have to look to better calibration values, it has the resistive buttons working.

On the last pages of the original thread, there are two more builds working great, according to some members.
Please be sure to know what are you doing before proceeding, as it may cause problems to your device.
If you want to try the test build, please leave feedback so the developer can improve future versions.

Originally posted by Markinus
Android/Linux on TG01 development, EDIT 24.11.2010

Hi!

I have now a TG01 too, and will start to develop some Linux stuff on it.
I will create a new branch for it in our htcleo repository because some things we can use for both. If I have something what you could try, I will post it here.

I did already a bit reasearch and put some new stuff in the htc linux wiki. I will update it if I found something new.

We need to research much stuff. And all this needs much time. So don’t ask for dates

Edit6:
Added touchscreen buttons
Added first Test Build! Extract to sd and run haret! Look to Post 2.

You can find more information in the original thread.


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