PIC & Open Mobile make their second release of ACL.

ACL Release – Part 2

ACL for webOS is back! The first release having been pulled back in December, issues around GPL code have hopefully now been resolved and release number 1.2.0 is available for Kickstarter backers and those who pre-ordered.

You should note that PIC advise doctoring your Touchpad prior to install, so having downloaded and secured the precious package, you might want to hold off and backup your device properly before proceeding to doctor and install your new toy.

It seems a full public release has not yet happened, but you can expect a review soon here on pivotCE. Check the new thread for this release on the webOS Nation forum or tell us your experiences in the comments below.

3 thoughts on “ACL Release – Part 2”

  1. Hello,

    I tried ACL and I have to say: It looks nice but is useless. The AppStore of ACL is not up to date, I had to install the apps as apk from some sources in the internet. I was not able to set up a Google account nor the Play Store. Some Apps wont work because Android 4 is required, but ACL is Android 2.3.6… My result: ACL made the Touchpad slow. Finally I removed ACL and installed CyanogenMod CM 11 as dual boot solution. This works good for me, but I always think: WebOS is much better than Android. And it is. Some Updates and some additional Apps would make WebOS even more perfekt. 🙂

    Best regards


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