gtrViewsonic G-Tablet: Install Century Eyes 1.0 (1.2 based ROM – Notion Ink Adam firmware)

[youtube width=”560″ height=”349″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GemNyXSvOjY[/youtube] Pensacola Computers Presents:  A tutorial how to install Century Eyes 1.0 on your Gtablet. A 1.2 based ROM for the Gtab based on the Notion Ink Adam Firmware. Pre Rooted with busybox, Gapps, Adhoc Networking, Flash Player, Dock config for Ethernet, Youtube & Home Switcher apks. Thanks to Roebeet at Slatedroid for this great ROM Thanks to Roebeet at Slatedroid.com. Full install instructions may be found here: http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/17073-rom-century-eyes-alternative-12-based-firmware-g-tabletzpad-t2/ This is not suggest for the first timer as it is highly recommended that you are able to use nvflash and adb. It is also highly suggested to run from the 4349 updated stock Viewsonic or you seriously risk…

Viewsonic G-Tablet Wireless Tether to Droid 1 via Barnacle wifi hotspot tethering

Pensacola Computers presents – Tethering your Viewsonic G-Tablet Android 2.2 to a Droid 1 for 3G wirless access using Barnacle to turn your Droid into a wireless hotspot. Both devices must be Rooted, Download Barnacle to Droid via Marketplace. G-Tablet running TNT Lite 2, with Clockwork mod recovery (needed to install wpa_adhoc-signed.zip file). G-Tablet shown tethered to Droid 1 3g via Barnacle wireless hotspot. *Note: Use of Tether may violate your wireless carriers TOS and may incur additional charges if you have high data usage   Helpful links:  G-Tablet forum with great info about how to Root the G-Tab, install Flash, Marketplace etc – http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=841 Files need for wireless hotspot…

Pensacola Computers Presents – Viewsonic G-Tablet Rooted Google Marketplace, Flash, Tether

I recently purchased a Viewsonic G-Tablet from Sears for $379, which was a good deal considering it came with a free docking station. At first use, I was ready to return it, as the native interface was just terrible. However, after doing a bit of digging on the web, I found some great information on the forums at xda-developers.com on how to really make this device fly. Now granted, this stuff is not for the non-technically inclined as it involves doing some things that if done wrong, can really mess up your device. However, I was able to do a bit of reading and easily follow the instructions on how…