CyanogenMod 7 based on Android 2.3.x Gingerbread on the HP TouchPad 9.7-inch Tablet now has working Wi-Fi, sound and accelerometer. So, TouchDroid Project aims to Port android 2.3 Gingerbread/Android 3.x.x on HP TouchPad is back again.
This Update came straight from the CyanogenMod Team Member “Greentheonly” who uploaded a Video on YouTube shows WiFi working, Android Market, Accelerometer, Sound and Touchscreen working fine in a 5 minutes Demo.
From CyanogenMod Team:
We weren’t really planning on regular updates re: our Android Touchpad port, but it turns out that people wanted more.
As you can see, several new features have been added and are in-progress. These include wifi, accelerometer, and work-in-progress sound. (This demo uses only a single core and the “mediaserver” program is using 50% of that, which it shouldn’t.)
For those who have queried as to why we are not creating a Honeycomb port using binaries from the Android SDK — we are focused on building from the Gingerbread source to pave the way for Google’s upcoming code release of Ice Cream Sandwich.
You can see the Video , and also see how the Team Member Ebaling WiFi from Settings and then How he Download Angry Birds Rio. He also shows the YouTube Web App Playing Video and also captured a snapshot. greentheonly shows the TouchPad automatically shifting to landscape/portrait orientation in order to show that the Accelerometer Working and plays around an accelerometer based game to verify that working fine.
CyanogenMod team is working hard with this project and who want’s to Install Android Gingerbraed on HP TouchPad Tablet, can folow this Guide.