Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12]

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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 1/14/12 7:29 AM

Android ICS-x86 for Lenovo S103T, build 14Jan12:
changes:
1. updates for kernel 3.0.8.
2. replace wl driver with brcmsmac.
3. added Android Terminal (doesn't work yet).
4. added File Manager (aka Open Manager).

working:
1. touch screen, keyboard, touchpad.
2. audio (playback ok, recording?)
3. ethernet
4. wifi (yay!), although currently tested only on WPA router, need feedback whether this works also for WPA2 routers.
5. bluetooth (yay!), tested streaming music with a2dp headphone.

not working:
1. camera.
2. rotation button. Btw, does somebody know how is it when we close the lcd lid, somehow the orientation will
change to portrait? Does s103t have accelerometer? I could not figured it out.
3. auto lcd dim (liblight)
4. ...

regards,

Robill

On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 9:20 PM, Mike C <michel...@gmail.com> wrote:
Robill,

Thanks for this build. I am testing the live Cd image now on an AAO
110 ZG5 with eGalax touchscreen mod. Han an Ath. wifi chip. Guess
what.

What works: keyboard, touchpad, wifi (connects in 1 sec with WPS2),
and best of all, the touchscreen is recognized by the GUI.

Touchscreen calibration is wrong though. With devtools/pointer
location, the touchpad button gives a nice two axis location. The
touchscreen gives lots of diagonal lines. Multitouch seems to work,
but gives many diagonal lines like a fractal.

Anyone knows how to calibrate?

Thanks mike

On 1 jan, 15:30, robill <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, please try this image:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GL9PDFHA
> honeycomb on s103t: touch, ethernet and wifi work.
> I will soon commit the configuration files to the android-x86 git
> server.
>
> Happy New Year!
>
> Robill
> On Dec 31 2011, 4:07 am, Empty Fish <mttfisc...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I also have an S10-3t. I am in the process of configuring a build
> > environment now and going through the documentation on how to
> > customize. Don't expect much any time soon, but I am going to give
> > this a shot and see how far I can get.
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> > On Dec 28, 5:11 am, monurdemirel <monurdemi...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > > Hi T K, i also use s10-3t with android x86. I am waiting for a s10 3t
> > > specific image. I believe there are lots of people out there who would
> > > like to use an ICS image on their s10-3t, like you and me.
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> > > I would like to test nightly builds also, please contact us.
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> > > On 28 Aralık, 01:35, T K <doppel...@yahoo.de> wrote:
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> > > > Hi everyone,
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> > > > I hope i am not doubleposting because i send this comment to Issue 537
> > > > on project-page, too.
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> > > > I'm using a Lenovo S10-3T, Model 0651, Factory ID CS20. It has got a
> > > > Broadcom 802.11n-wifi-adapter. I was testing the new *.iso's that have
> > > > been uloaded (20111225):
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> > > > First i have to mention that the screen adjustment worked out-of-the-
> > > > box for evry image (even the amd_brazero, which UI is crashing the
> > > > whole time because of the chip-error of course). I think i understand
> > > > that the automatic screen adjustment is one benefit from ics...?
>
> > > > Test results:
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> > > > eee_pc-image (ics-x86) :
> > > > keyboard o.k., touchpad o.k., bluetooth o.k., no wifi, no touchscreen
>
> > > > asus_laptop (ics-x86) :
> > > > keyboard o.k., touchpad o.k., bluetooth o.k., no wifi, no touchscreen
>
> > > > tega_v2 (ics-x86) :
> > > > no keyboard, bluetooth o.k., no wifi, touchscreen works perfect (feels
> > > > very good!)
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> > > > Due to my poor knowledge i am not able to build an custom image on my
> > > > own. But it would be great if some of you could try to build an image
> > > > with the following drivers:
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> > > > touchscreen (from tega_v2-iso)
> > > > bluetooth (every tested iso worked)
> > > > keyboard (from asus_laptop-iso)
> > > > broadcom wifi driver as mentioned above
>
> > > > As i am following the project since some time i want to remind of the
> > > > android-2.2-r2 build for the s10-3t where there was a wifi driver
> > > > included that worked (although it had only 56k during my tests which
> > > > is too slow to be fun). Maybe someone can take those configs and bring
> > > > them to ics-x86?
>
> > > > Contact me if You need someone to test your builds for lenovo S10-3t.
> > > > I'm running the image on an sd-card so i can simulate a "hardrive"-
> > > > install, too.

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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/14/12 8:15 AM
Hey Robill,

nice work - i am downloading and will test soon. The S10-3t has got an
accelerometer, that's for shure. in windows it is only enabled by the
lenovo-driver, so i have really don't know about the module or any
driver.

I will post my test-results soon.

regards,

T K
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/14/12 8:33 AM
Hey again,


U R AWESOME !!

Here's what i testet so far:

Sound: ok
Keyboard: ok
Touch: ok
wifi: ok (yesss! running with wpa2-AP)
browser: ok (tested google search, worked like a charm)
Bluetooth: ok

Camera: not working

btw, installation-speed to sd-card seems faster now.

Thanks very much for your efforts again. My s10-3t finally got its
destinated OS :) Now i'm going to play around with market app and apk-
downloading...


regards,

T K
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Касаткин Илья 1/14/12 11:24 AM
Hi!!!
Robill. Please tell me whether there is a market in the assembly and
the ability to connect to the Google account?
Thank you very much for your work, very long time wanted to build it
for our nеtbook))
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/14/12 12:39 PM
Hi,

some hours later I discovered some minor issues:

- "white screen"-problem with most downloaded apps (application starts
but only shows white screen and bottom-menu-bar)
- wifi (wpa2) is only up to 56 Mbps maximum
- mounting usb-stick impossible (i have an sd-card installation with
fake sd-card)

regards,

T K
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Касаткин Илья 1/14/12 12:51 PM
hi, why there is no way to connect Google Account? I just did not
manage to connect my flash card - the system believes that the flash
drive is already connected.
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 1/14/12 7:48 PM
usb flash/stick drive issue:
1. make sure you do not use fake sdcard option
2. make sure SDCARD variable is NOT set (press tab at grub menu to edit and look for SDCARD=... option)

for details refer to:

I can use usb drives just fine.

android marketplace:
- need google bundle apps to work. No idea yet to enable.


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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/14/12 11:59 PM
OK, i just need the sd-card-fake because i want to browse and be able
to download something without my usb-drive plugged in. The idea is to
sit on my couch and browse the web with my tablet. Thx anyway for the
hint, now i have an option how to use usb.

Refering to the "white screen"-issue maybe this post gives the
direction?

http://groups.google.com/group/android-x86/browse_thread/thread/09a47669751622d4

regards,

T K

On 15 Jan., 04:48, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> usb flash/stick drive issue:
> 1. make sure you do not use fake sdcard option
> 2. make sure SDCARD variable is NOT set (press tab at grub menu to edit and
> look for SDCARD=... option)
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> for details refer to:http://www.android-x86.org/documents/sdcardhowto
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> I can use usb drives just fine.
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> android marketplace:
> - need google bundle apps to work. No idea yet to enable.
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Касаткин Илья 1/15/12 12:22 PM
hi.

The problem with the sd card remains. I can not decide. Tell me how to
save changes to the editor grub? The problem of "white screen" is also
present in the Music application, russian keyboard, QIP.
Because of this "white screen" does not like to use the assembly.
just as bad, it's not possible to use the Market.

in the whole image:
everything that was said is working. The rate of higher than that of
the assembly based on the honeycomb
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Angel Ro driguez Cabrera 1/16/12 9:30 AM
Implosible descargar imagen
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] ariely 1/17/12 12:58 PM
Link is down?
Can someone upload to another server?
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/18/12 12:36 PM
I found the Terminal working by doing the following:

settings->developeroptions->force GPU-Rendering (enable)

open temrinal-app, wait 1-2 sec then it should be as usual.

however i still got those enerving browser lags and an incredible slow
download-rate. Speedmeasurement of wifi-connection via Xtremelabs-App
says i got 8982,1 kbit/s, a normal 2 MB download needs up to 4
minutes....



regards,

T K

On 15 Jan., 04:48, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> usb flash/stick drive issue:
> 1. make sure you do not use fake sdcard option
> 2. make sure SDCARD variable is NOT set (press tab at grub menu to edit and
> look for SDCARD=... option)
>
> for details refer to:http://www.android-x86.org/documents/sdcardhowto
>
> I can use usb drives just fine.
>
> android marketplace:
> - need google bundle apps to work. No idea yet to enable.
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] ariely 1/15/12 9:52 PM
Hi.
The link is down. can someone upload this again? Multiupload would be
great. :)
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] shira...@gmail.com 1/18/12 6:20 AM
hi
link Unable to download image
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Z0N8HN9X

On Jan 14, 6:29 pm, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] ariely 1/15/12 1:05 PM

Thats great, thank you.
The link is Unavailable, can you upload another to another site?
Multiupload would be great.

On Jan 14, 5:29 pm, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 1/21/12 8:18 AM
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VQ9XZ60P 

On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 4:58 AM, ariely <ariel....@gmail.com> wrote:
Link is down?
Can someone upload to another server?

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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Rinaldo Jonathan 1/21/12 4:43 PM
What wifi hardware used by lenovo s10-3t? If it is broadcom, I want to download the image :D
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From: Robill Tian Supatrio <rsup...@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2012 00:18:09 +0800
Subject: Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12]
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/21/12 11:56 PM
Yes, the image has an broadcom-driver in it.

btw, it seems the longer i use the OS the faster it gets.... ??

Is it correct to say there no possibilities to update the system (like
"su repo sync" in terminal or something), and we have to rebuild (or
wait for a new built :D) evry time a new patch is released?... As i
continue thinking about it this might be the biggest disadvantage of
the OS.

regards,


T K

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> What wifi hardware used by lenovo s10-3t? If it is broadcom, I want to download the image :D
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> http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VQ9XZ60P
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] ariely 1/22/12 3:40 AM
this time megaupload shut down by FBI.
got no luck :(

On Jan 21, 6:18 pm, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VQ9XZ60P
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Rinaldo Jonathan 1/22/12 4:30 PM
Why don't upload it to mediafire?
So people without premium account can download it without download manager...
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Rinaldo Jonathan 1/22/12 4:52 PM
Sorry I mean download without premium account with download manager...
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/22/12 10:59 PM
Ok i did it:

http://www.mediafire.com/?74bh1aiso00iw7r

build 20120114 from Robill

remember to enable "force 2d-graphic-acceleration" in settings-
>developeroptions when you have an whitescreen-issue with terminal
app.


regards,

T K

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> Sorry I mean download without premium account with download manager...
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> Subject: Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12]
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> Why don't upload it to mediafire?
> So people without premium account can download it without download manager...
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Rinaldo Jonathan 1/22/12 11:46 PM
What is s10-3t wifi hardware?
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Lee 1/22/12 4:00 PM
Can someone please reupload this?
Amazing work and thank you op.
Re Lee 1/22/12 8:02 PM
Shouldn't someone have it still on their computer when they downloaded
it the first time?
Megaupload is not coming back btw.
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/01/explainer-how-can-the-us-seize-a-hong-kong-site-like-megaupload.ars
And no one please upload to Filesonic either please.
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/01/filesonic-has-disabled-file-sharing-in-wake-of-megaupload-takedown.ars
Oh and also Upload.to. I really hate to be picky but all good reasons.
http://www.techexclusive.net/technology-news/filesonic-and-uploaded-to-block-usa-visitors-from-site

For those that have deleted it could try undeletion software. It would
be appreciated.

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> Sorry I mean download without premium account with download manager...
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> Subject: Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12]
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> Why don't upload it to mediafire?
> So people without premium account can download it without download manager...
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ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/23/12 11:19 AM
Hey Kasey,

you might have recognized that i uploaded the iso to mediafire (see
post above). Plese stop changing the discussion topic as we all need
it to follow the disussion...

@rinaldo: please read all messages this topic has... I mentioned the
wifi is a broadcom (22 jan,08:56).

no offense, just want to keep the scheme of posts clear...

On 23 Jan., 05:02, Kasey Dudley <kaseyleeedud...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Shouldn't someone have it still on their computer when they downloaded
> it the first time?
> Megaupload is not coming back btw.http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/01/explainer-how-can-the...
> And no one please upload to Filesonic either please.http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/01/filesonic-has-disable...
> Oh and also Upload.to. I really hate to be picky but all good reasons.http://www.techexclusive.net/technology-news/filesonic-and-uploaded-t...
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> For those that have deleted it could try undeletion software. It would
> be appreciated.
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> On Jan 22, 4:52 pm, rinaldo.jonat...@gmail.com wrote:
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> > Why don't upload it to mediafire?
> > So people without premium account can download it without download manager...
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> > this time megaupload shut down by FBI.
> > got no luck :(
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> > On Jan 21, 6:18 pm, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VQ9XZ60P
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> > > On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 4:58 AM, ariely <ariel.yusy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Link is down?
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Rinaldo Jonathan 1/23/12 4:14 PM
Yahoo! It is broadcom!
I will try it... In my dell :D
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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Lee 1/23/12 12:09 PM
Sorry this is my first time using Google Groups and when I hit reply
it was it was sucessful but I guess they just don't show up right
away? Thank you though for the reupload. The 2 posts I made were
before you posted the mediafire mirror.
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/26/12 5:52 AM
Hey evrybody,

while we are waiting for the next release, i have some great news:

I found out how to get market, frameworks, maps, books etc. (the whole
googleapps stuff) working with the lenovo s10-3t:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1349902

Following the instructions above did it.

Things you need to do before:

get Dropbox (makes it a lot easier to get files to the netbook than
usb stick)

get root manager (as you have to change permission of several .apk's)

I did exactly what the xda-developers-post said and ended up with a
working market-login (i still got no access because it says "no
dataconnection available", perhaps i will find out later), working
google streets, working google books.

The Instructions might work for other targets as well.


However i still cannot play videos with youtube-app. Its an graphic
issue i think. The app crashes while loading a video file (feels like
it comes just to the moment where it should play the video and...
crashes). Furthermore i feel some UI lags during work and surfing,
sometimes the device seems to freeze for several seconds. Those issues
have been reported in other releases some time ago, maybe the build
from robill has just some customization of the others missing?

regards,

T K
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 1/26/12 6:19 AM
Hi TK,

Thanks for the info, keep them coming :) I am going to work on the camera this weekend,
hopefully can release another build with working camera soon.

Youtube, sofar I know, still doesn't work on all ICS-x86 builds (anyone knows better?).

For white screen issues, I believe it opengl related since force "CPU rendering" resolves it.

For lag/freeze issues, does it happen only when you force "CPU rendering"?

PS: thanks also for upload to mediafire!

regards,

Robill


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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/26/12 6:29 AM
ok, i got full market access using this Post:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1297912

basically you have to edit /etc/hosts and add the mentioned line
"74.125.93.113 android.clients.google.com".

Then i did a reboot and after that i went through google account
setting an now am downloading via market. :D yeeeha!

Remember never to shut down the application when it freezes, allways
wait for it (when the system asks you to shut down google.frameworks
or market)

It seems to freeze several times and takes some minutes but finally
you can get your google account and thereby market access. btw i used
the 3.4.4-market-apk

regards.

T K

On 26 Jan., 15:19, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi TK,
>
> Thanks for the info, keep them coming :) I am going to work on the camera
> this weekend,
> hopefully can release another build with working camera soon.
>
> Youtube, sofar I know, still doesn't work on all ICS-x86 builds (anyone
> knows better?).
>
> For white screen issues, I believe it opengl related since force "CPU
> rendering" resolves it.
>
> For lag/freeze issues, does it happen only when you force "CPU rendering"?
>
> PS: thanks also for upload to mediafire!
>
> regards,
>
> Robill
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Касаткин Илья 1/26/12 1:07 PM
Hi!

I tried to add the hosts file this line, but after adding the change
has occurred.
and tried in 4.0 and 3.2 - never happened, but sorry. How you can add
an account?
Maybe you can upload your file sharing hosts ??


to Robill
It is waiting for a new assembly, which I hope you solve the problem
of white screen. Thank you for your work!
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/26/12 1:31 PM
Hi,

i will describe what i did in detail:

1) follow xda developers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1349902
(first post,I just did evry step mentioned there)
2) reboot device
3) open /etc/hosts as root with a text editor app (you can copy the
file, edit it, save again as "hosts" without file ending and then
replace the original in /etc/hosts)
4) my original hosts file showed just one entry (ip adress from my
AP), i simply entered a second line with "74.125.93.113
android.clients.google.com" in it and replaced the original file with
my edited one. refering to http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1297912
(at the bottom of the post)
5) start market app

I'm sorry, but you have to read the mentioned posts before you can
proceed. Furthermore my hosts file wont be usefull because the first
line in it is individual depending on your WiFi-AP (i think)...

If you still dont get it to work, maybe you can write your steps in
detail. Then we might find out the problem together.
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Lee 1/26/12 7:08 PM
This is sort of off topic but.
To the OP or anyone else that has bluetooth for your Lenovo s10-3t.
Can you send me a link where you bought it so I can buy one? Thanks.
Also are we ever going to be able to get certain apps to work? Swype,
Angry Birds, Music Player and some other apps?
And is there any known way to Usb tether my android phone to my Lenovo
s10-3t running android?

On Jan 26, 1:31 pm, T K <doppel...@yahoo.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> i will describe what i did in detail:
>
> 1) follow xda developers:http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1349902
> (first post,I just did evry step mentioned there)
> 2) reboot device
> 3) open /etc/hosts as root with a text editor app (you can copy the
> file, edit it, save again as "hosts" without file ending and then
> replace the original in /etc/hosts)
> 4) my original hosts file showed just one entry (ip adress from my
> AP), i simply entered a second line with "74.125.93.113
> android.clients.google.com" in it and replaced the original file with
> my edited one. refering tohttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1297912
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Касаткин Илья 1/26/12 10:28 PM
Hi!!!!!

It work!!!! work on 3.2!!!!! Thank you!

On 27 янв, 01:31, T K <doppel...@yahoo.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> i will describe what i did in detail:
>
> 1) follow xda developers:http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1349902
> (first post,I just did evry step mentioned there)
> 2) reboot device
> 3) open /etc/hosts as root with a text editor app (you can copy the
> file, edit it, save again as "hosts" without file ending and then
> replace the original in /etc/hosts)
> 4) my original hosts file showed just one entry (ip adress from my
> AP), i simply entered a second line with "74.125.93.113
> android.clients.google.com" in it and replaced the original file with
> my edited one. refering tohttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1297912
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Black Dragon 1/28/12 12:06 AM
Hi all!
And sorry for my English.

When I install android, I don't want to overwrite MBR.
So I set it without GRUB (question: it is GRUB or a GRUB2?)
I have a few questions. Can I boot android using EasyBSD? How can I
add start android in GRUB2 in my Kubuntu?
I found a useful post:
http://pundiramit.blogspot.com/2011/08/dual-booting-android-x86-and-ubuntu.html
but loader said that first I need to run the kernel.
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Black Dragon 1/28/12 12:07 AM
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Black Dragon 1/28/12 12:05 AM
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Marek Kacprzak 1/28/12 2:56 PM

It is grub in Android- grup2 is still beta and you have grub2 on ubuntu
For information about the kernel - i have similar problem when configuraton with Android in grub2 is wrong check my config :
menuentry "Android" {
    set root=(hd0,3)
    linux /android......../kernel quit root=/dev/ram0 .....
}
This config i've got from Android grub. I've changed only first world kernel for linux. Remember that hdx,y y is counting from 1 not from 0.

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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 1/28/12 7:19 PM
known guide for this:
http://www.ceh-photo.de/blog/?p=357

quote:
Can I boot android using EasyBSD?

Did you mean "EasyBCD"? If yes, I myself tried to do that, but not
with EasyBCD.
Basically I want to load android-x86 using windows 7 boot manager
(using bcdedit):

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/files/install_windows.htm#windows2

The way I did was (warning: really need to know what you are doing!):
1. install grub manually on the android partition (not MBR!).
2. create boot record image for that partition using dd if= ...
(512bytes).
3. copy that image on windows 7 partitiion.
4. create entry on windows 7 boot manager.
5. point that entry to the newly created boot image.

I expected it to work, but unfortunately it didn't. Please don't ask
me for
the details, because I don't remember :)
Let us know if somebody managed to get it to work!

regards.

Robill

On Jan 29, 6:56 am, Marek Kacprzak <mark.kacpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It is grub in Android- grup2 is still beta and you have grub2 on ubuntu
> For information about the kernel - i have similar problem when configuraton
> with Android in grub2 is wrong check my config :
> menuentry "Android" {
>     set root=(hd0,3)
>     linux /android......../kernel quit root=/dev/ram0 .....}
>
> This config i've got from Android grub. I've changed only first world
> kernel for linux. Remember that hdx,y y is counting from 1 not from 0.
> 28-01-2012 23:39 użytkownik "Black Dragon" <blackdragon...@gmail.com>
> napisał:
>
> > Hi all!
> > And sorry for my English.
>
> > When I install android, I don't want to overwrite MBR.
> > So I set it without GRUB (question: it is GRUB or a GRUB2?)
> > I have a few questions. Can I boot android using EasyBSD? How can I
> > add start android in GRUB2 in my Kubuntu?
> > I found a useful post:
>
> http://pundiramit.blogspot.com/2011/08/dual-booting-android-x86-and-u...> but loader said that first I need to run the kernel.
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] T K 1/29/12 1:44 AM
Hi,

for those of you who want an Win7 / Android double-boot-system and
don't need the sd-card-slot for anything else (you have still 2 usb-
ports left...), here is how i did it:

1) make shure you have an sd-card with 2-3 gb space on it (mine was 8
gb, so i needed to make a 2gb partition on the sd-card... google-
search tells you how to do)

2) in win7 use Lili-USB-Creator to make a bootable USB-Stick out of
robills iso.

3) shut down system, put in both usb and sdcard, reboot

4) get into boot menu, choose usb-stick

5) install do harddisk (now be careful you choose the right partition.
usually the sd-card should be something like sdbX where X is a certain
number)

6) format with ext3, if you like use fake sdcard option (would only
work up to 1024 MB)

7) reboot, go to boot menu, pick sd-card to boot, enjoy android

The Trick for me was to make a bootable Partition on the sd-card.
Otherwise the installation will pass well, but the sd-card will not be
bootable. There is somehow a limitation in size of bootable sd-cards
(on the other hand the machine boots harddiscs and usb-sticks wihout
limitation...). After limiting my sd-card-partition to 2 gb, it booted
like a charm.

regards,


T K
> > 28-01-2012 23:39 u¿ytkownik "Black Dragon" <blackdragon...@gmail.com>
> > napisa³:
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Peter Gratineau 1/29/12 8:55 AM

Where can i find the latest version for lenovo s103t..link?

Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] biscodyl 2/2/12 2:18 AM
Hi Op,

Thank you so much for your hard work. Is there anyway to root this? Or
is it already rooted? I try to run Titanium Backup, the message
'cannot acquire root access'.

If anyone have done this please post? Thank you so much.


On Jan 30, 12:55 am, Peter Gratineau <petergratin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Where can i find the latest version for lenovo s103t..link?
> >http://groups.google.com/group/android-x86?hl=en.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Re: Re supremazy 2/2/12 2:27 PM
I downloaded this version for my asus eeepc for the browser black
screen but i didn't note the it's a tablet version :D.Now i uploaded
for you.My upload speed is very slow.Please upload the other websites.

http://www.zshare.net/download/989823343ec6ef98/
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Daryl Wong 2/5/12 2:48 PM
robill,

I am using a HP TM2.  It works with the 2.2 generic release (touch screen but no wifi).  It works with ICS ASUS laptop release (no touch and no wifi).  I was hoping that your modes would work for me but it must have been builts on the eeepc ICS release.  I have problems with the eeepc version as it get to the initial screen then comes up with the UI not working window.  I am getting this with your version as well.

It would be great if you could get the touch and broadcom wifi working on the ASUS laptop ICS release.  Then I am sure it would work for me.

Otherwise give us some detail instructions on how to get the touch screen working and the broadcom wifi driver installed.

thx
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] robill 2/6/12 6:21 PM
hi,

first of all, I am only supporting build for Lenovo S103T (which I personally have). There are a lot of different x86
models here, never heard of yours before though. Each model has most likely a quite different hardware, so
I am sorry to say that an attempt to answer your question here seems futile. If you are a developer and try
to build yourself, you might want to search more information about your model and lurking in this group long
enough to get bits of information of particular hardware that corresponds to yours. If you are a user, then I guess
you have no choice than to wait for a developer who has the same model as yours or start learning to build :)
Anyway, once I am done with the next build I will push my changes to the git server, so s103t users can build 
their own build, so anyone can see what changes was done.

regards,

Robill

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Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] LenovoS103T 2/12/12 7:07 AM
Sorry one question more. Is there any way to watch youtube through its
app or through Dolphin browser?
Thanks again

On 7 Feb, 03:21, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>
> first of all, I am only supporting build for Lenovo S103T (which I
> personally have). There are a lot of different x86
> models here, never heard of yours before though. Each model has most likely
> a quite different hardware, so
> I am sorry to say that an attempt to answer your question here seems
> futile. If you are a developer and try
> to build yourself, you might want to search more information about your
> model and lurking in this group long
> enough to get bits of information of particular hardware that corresponds
> to yours. If you are a user, then I guess
> you have no choice than to wait for a developer who has the same model as
> yours or start learning to build :)
> Anyway, once I am done with the next build I will push my changes to the
> git server, so s103t users can build
> their own build, so anyone can see what changes was done.
>
> regards,
>
> Robill
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] LenovoS103T 2/12/12 7:03 AM
Hi everybody, I'm trying to install google apps as stated some posts
above but I can't copy  Vending.apk to system/app as I don't have root
access. How am I supposed to do it? Sorry but I've been rooting only
phones where there are step by step guides that make this very easy
Thanks in advance

On 7 Feb, 03:21, Robill Tian Supatrio <rsupat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>
> first of all, I am only supporting build for Lenovo S103T (which I
> personally have). There are a lot of different x86
> models here, never heard of yours before though. Each model has most likely
> a quite different hardware, so
> I am sorry to say that an attempt to answer your question here seems
> futile. If you are a developer and try
> to build yourself, you might want to search more information about your
> model and lurking in this group long
> enough to get bits of information of particular hardware that corresponds
> to yours. If you are a user, then I guess
> you have no choice than to wait for a developer who has the same model as
> yours or start learning to build :)
> Anyway, once I am done with the next build I will push my changes to the
> git server, so s103t users can build
> their own build, so anyone can see what changes was done.
>
> regards,
>
> Robill
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Re: ICS-x86 on Lenovo S10-3t [New build 14Jan12] Peter Gratineau 2/12/12 2:08 PM

I am also interested in getting the youtube app working.

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