I am probably the last person who’s gonna tell you to run Android on HP TouchPad because I think WebOS is so much better already than Android nevermind lack of apps. But since HP stopped supporting their own tablet line, it might be actually a good idea to run Android on it. But no, I am not getting one because I don’t want to be stuck with a legacy, never-will-be-updated tablet device.
For all those of you who did pick up an HP TouchPad at killer deals, you might want to give CyanogenMod on the HP TouchPad a try, running pretty flawlessly as shown in video.
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