It is for the 4gb models, I have installed it on mine, however I do not see any improvement in free space, before the update I jotted down some numbers and I had 47mb free of ram, as a matter of fact the free ram has decreased to 3. I would think that after a fresh flash, more ram would be available.
Thanks Loonix, now I know that, like I said, baby, new blanket, wasn't too interested in reading too much, just downloading and jumping into the abyss, which now to my displeasure means yet again I am re-updating my pad with the old firmware. Just curious anyone know where I can get the latest update in 2.1 mould because my update was of a version listed as 0919 once downloaded.
Sorry, i got a bit of a 'bad hair day' myself today reading through instructions and manuals and scematics...
HERE is the #181 i use at the moment. I think after i flashed it i rooted it, moded it so i can use skype and removed the stupid crashing eoemarket and Google Maps so that i can install the current version (streetview crashes). Also i installed 'Adanced Task Killer'
Maybe doing so will give you the same fondnes of the tablet as i have.
@SilentKnight i think in the google translation was something about the pad getting more free memory after 'a few reboots' can it be that the memorymanager actualy trains itself?
Hopefully I will gain this fondness too. I do love this little pad but you know that when some update is there frenzied download behaviour sets in, there is always a hope it is going to be the released firmware we are all waiting for.
Does anyone know how different this 4gb HY version is because surely if they have a working version of this pad they surely should be able to tweak a few drivers here and there and we have a working version for the older 2GB version??? Is this too much to ask for or maybe just too difficult? I am just a android (linux) noob so I am not sure of the process that is involved with this changing of drivers. I know it is not like Microsoft but surely if haipad already have the linux/android drivers it surely shouldn't be difficult at all. They are not re-inventing the wheel, they already have the tools to produce a working version but obviously new technology comes and they forget about there old girls and boys. I am ashamed to say it but if this is the case then maybe Microsoft products are great because at least they don't forget about us old users.