Thanks to the good work by Christian Troy and his generosity I am able to produce this ROM.
You will need a compatibility zip suited for your tablet. These are available from: [rom] CyanogenMod 10
These files are created for each type of tablet, and enable hardware like cameras and touch screens.
Warning: If you want to install Google Apps with this ROM the system partition will need to be larger than 318Mb.
If your system partition is too small see:
Download Build 2012-10-11
* Android 4.1.2 (Should not require a full wipe if upgrading)
* Updated CM10 sources
Testing Download (For best results perform a factory reset before installation.)
Download Build 2013-03-28
* Patched framework to prevent sleep of death. Thank you Aquous.
* Included Aquous's patch to the theme chooser that works around the theme incompatibility issue.
* Updated kernel to hopefully prevent sleep of death.
* Updated CM10 sources
Google Apps Download
Download Google Apps 20120726
For newer version visit Goo.im
1. Backup your existing installation.
2. Perform a factory reset.
3. Flash latest build.
4. Flash compatibility zip.
5. Flash Google apps lite.
For further installation instructions see:
[rom] CyanogenMod 10
1. Flash latest build.
2. Flash compatibility zip.
3. Flash Google apps.
4. Clear the Dalvic cache.
5. Clear the cache partition.
Phablet and Tablet UI (Testing Download)
Tablet UI may be turned off and Phablet UI turned on by changing the setting:
Settings -> Display -> Enable Tablet UI (will require a reboot)
This setting will have no effect on larger tablets with a hieght above 720 unless the build prob setting
"ro.sf.lcd_density" is increased from 160.
My tablet has a resolution of 1024x768 and I use a setting of ro.sf.lcd_density=180 to get Phablet UI working.
Note: HDMI output only seems to work with Tablet UI enabled.
See this topic:
Building CM10 for A10 devices
When downloading a ROM, it is good practice to get an MD5 hash of the file you downloaded and compare it to the
MD5 hash posted under the download link. To generate a MD5 hash you can use a program such as md5sum.
If the MD5 hashes match the download is not corrupt.
A corrupt download can be responsible for many strange errors. If you have not confirmed that the MD5 hash of
your download is correct and your tablet is behaving strangely, please check that the download used to flash the
tablet is not corrupted.
This post has been edited by Shaun2029: 28 March 2013 - 03:30 PM