Still beating on getting the current release working well on a Wacom pen
only Lenovo X200 tablet. (no touch)
it's pretty much 100% usable, now, staritng from the released iso installed
RW, on ext3.
Inputattach will compile and can be copied over and run, can't seem to get
it automagically installing itself in iso_img.
Don't want to put up a patch until i figure out what's wrong.
Essentially, all you need is inputattach.c and serio_ids from the
linuxconsole projects latest release.
4.2.2 already works with a pen better than win8, just needs a screen
rotation app (screenorientation) as the tablet screen rotation keys are
inop (using the pen to pulldown works better IMHO) a note taking app
(Papyrus works VERY well and has direct support for Wacom Thinkpads!!! even
gets the eraser) and a "keep screen ON" app. (still looking for a perfect
solution until sleep works)
The Wacom pen works very well on apps that support it, and ~ok on apps that
are not pressure-aware.
tslib installs, but doesn't appear to work with the wacom, but the
calibration is perfect out of the box as the kernel driver deals with it.
I need to remaps the keys so hitting the Fn key doesn't put it to sleep,
Dolphin works OK, can't find a compatible version of Chrome to try the
Google docs offline stuff ala ChromeOS, FF seems to work ~OK but didn't
manage to find the right flash plugin, and neither Dolphin or FF will play
Youtube videos, "Browser" will.
OI need to go back and try Opera again with the screenorientation app
installed, it didn't want to honor the std screen orientation lock
pulldown, but the app seems to work better.
Hackers keyboard can be set up so it has a pulldown from the L side menu to
force popup, you can also turn off the HW keyboard in settings and the
keyboard will popup as expected.(Android won't popup a keyboard if you have
a HW keyboard by default, which makes some sense)
Cannot for the life of me get pen input working on evernote, even after
installing it from a third party repo after...
...Play decided that my tablet was no longer a Generic android-x86 as when
running ICS, but by it's proper model#, which Play doesn't grok.
Working that, /system/build.props settings no longer help.
In dev settings, You need to turn on "force gpu rendering" and "prevent
sleep", fixes most apps that just won't start and ...prevents sleep, at
least when plugged in..
USB<>serial devices work great, just have to preload the modules in
/etc/init.sh (add in misc section is easy)
BT does not (known issue)
Wifi works, just have to copy over the intel FW from your current Linux
Next up-- is it possible to build a android-x86_64 build?
I'd like to set up a 64 bit kernel and a chroot with my std linux distro...
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