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Special Developer Edition (SDE) for Archos G9 Tablets

December 21st, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Back in October, Archos released the GPL source code for Archos G9 Tablets and at the time the Special Developer Edition (SDE) was not released even though it is available for G8 devices.

Now the SDE has still not been officially released, but I found a forum post on XDA Developers Forum explaining how the SDE Menu could be enabled by following the instructions below.

  1. Root your device with Paul O’Brien’s root here. (it won’t work if the device is not rooted)
  2. Unzip the content of gen9_enable_sde.zip to a directory.
  3. Launch the script enable_sde.

Reboot into recovery mode, you should have the SDE menu now, you can flash your own kernel+initrd the same way it was done on previous generation.

One trick: the initramfs should be still named initramfs.cpio.gz, but it should be compressed with lzma with current kernel.

Another trick: to get rid of paul’s root as it messes up sound and sleep, use this:

Code:
adb shell rm /data/local.prop

 

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