Topic: Android 3.2 on N10J-A2
I'm posting this from my N10J-A2 running the Android x86 3.2 RC1. I've been trying since last night to get one of the Android x86 releases to run, and out of the six I've tried, the first one that went right into the Android GUI was the 3.2 version. If anyone is interested in this, the site is android-x86.org. It's pretty cool to see the Android OS that runs on tablets running on my N10.
So far, Android x86 supports mouse and keyboard, the wireless works straightaway, and that's all I've tried. I had an external keyboard plugged in when I booted, unplugged it after Android loaded, then tried to use the built-in N10 keyboard but it wouldn't work. The on-screen keyboard comes up automatically if you click on text fields with the mouse, though, so no problem. After plugging the keyboard back in it works again, so I'm thinking the N10 keyboard will work if I reboot without a USB one plugged in.
Sorry I don't have more info, but I got so excited about this I had to tell someone who'd care. Thought that might be you guys.
So I've done some playing around: the N10 keyboard doesn't seem to work at all. The external USB keyboard still works if I plug it in after booting into Android, so it's not a plug and play thing. The camera works, though! I've logged into my Google account to get into Market which works, though I've still yet to download anything. Youtube app that came with it works.
Screen rotation is wonky! Can't figure out how to make the screen rotate at will (not that you'd want to) but some apps automatically switch it to portrait mode. It hurts my neck. You can, however, go into the settings and turn off auto-rotation to make it so the screen will only change if an app forces it to.
I'll continue to update as I explore.