Everyone’s favorite webOS Twitter client (ok there aren’t many left to choose from), Project Macaw, is of the last remaining consistently updated apps for our beloved platform. And the updates just keep on coming.
Continue reading Project Macaw updated, adds 280 character limit
webOS friend and LuneOS project aficionado, Herrie, recently embarked on an unlocking adventure. His HP TouchPad 4G gave up the ghost and passed away quietly. So he did what anyone would do and got a new one! That’s what you’d do if your TouchPad died too, right? Continue reading Unlock your HP TouchPad 4G
Since the most recent release of LuneOS called “Decaf” which includes Qt 5.9.2, support for 3rd party browser plugins (such as Adobe Flash and Google’s WideVine CDM) has been added to the Browser App and has been enabled by default.
However the source code of these plugin binaries is not available and therefore these binaries cannot be compiled and provided in the LuneOS images.
Continue reading LuneOS Browser: How to sideload Flash & WideVine plugins (Netflix, Amazon, YouTube Red)
The long wait is over #LuneOS and #webOS fans! We’re back with a new release called “Decaf” which we believe will be a milestone in terms of developments and the way forward!
So you’re wondering what we’ve been up to the past 2+ months?
Continue reading LuneOS September Stable Release: Decaf
A source informs us that instructions have been published on gaining root access to a webOS TV. This is much harder than on the old phones and tablets. When this was done on legacy webOS, there was a wave of enhancements and tweaks made available to phone users from webOS Internals and other developers.
Continue reading It seems a webOS TV has been rooted.