now it feels faster and as a plus the compatibility to apps and games seems to be better. A few EA Games like Need For Speed which didn't ran before
now run fine.
In order for CyanogenMod10 and Gapps to work on our beloved Gemei G9 Tablet we need the system partition to be bigger than 318 MB.
So I took the (simple buy annoying) task on myself and modded the G9 4.17 version firmware for the system partition to be bigger than 318 MB
and also CWM is also included. So just flash my modded firmware with livesuit and after that CyanogenMod10 with CWM.
I own the Gemei with silver back but it should equally work for the ones with black back as well.
I modded the 4.17 version for no particular reason other than it was the only one I just had hany on my computer and didn't want to download a new one.
Also note that the system partition gets only bigger once you flash on CM10. Because CM10 formats the partitions before flashing. Something the original Gemei G9 firmware doesn't do for a reason before flashing.
Finally here are the necessary links:
Modded G9 Firmware with system bigger than 318 MB and CWM
(I will deliver a new link shortly, for now I just put it on my dropbox folder)
Thread for CyanogenMod10 and Gapps
Compatibility Zips for CM10
Gemei with silver back: http://www.androidfi...ility_1.2.0.zip
Gemei with black back: http://www.androidfi...ility-jb_v4.zip
Thread with the tutorial for LiveSuit
If you still have questions just let me know.
Thanks go out to:
MrTasselhof for creating all the nice and helpful tutorials for this wonderful tablet
Christian Troy for creating CM9/10 and the compatibility zips
Shaun2029 for continuing the work of Christian Troy
This post has been edited by BlueEyes: 09 October 2012 - 04:59 PM