But recently Team codefireX developer Patrick Campanele is working to port the latest version of Android to the HP TouchPad: He’s posted a video showing the tablet running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.
The software is a version of the CyanogenMod 10.1 custom ROM which has been compiled to support the HP tablet’s hardware.
At this point WiFi works, but sound does not. The user interface is slow, and the system is a bit too slow to be useful — it literally takes about 10 seconds for the automatic screen rotation to work. But now that CM10.1 can boot on the tablet, Campanele and others will be able to improve the experience before releasing Android 4.2-based ROMs to the public.