The ACME installer requires that you mount the HP Touchpad and then move some files over to the tablet. Once the files are on the Touchpad you can run them. To do this you would have to create a folder called cminstall, copy a zip file over, and then start the ACME installer.
You will also need to get Cyanogen 7 on the tablet and this will let you swap between the WebOS and Android easily. The new OS only needs the ACME installer, Novacom and cm-update payload file. This is not ready for release yet but is so close we can taste it.
As we get more information and the dual-boot files are released for others to test we will let you know. If you have an HP Touchpad, its only a matter of time before you can have it dual booting Android with WebOS.
There was a recent fire sale of HP Touchpad’s where retailers and HP both were selling them cheap. The 16GB Touchpad was going for $99 and the 32GB Touchpad for $149. Now that more people own a Touchpad than any other tablet developers are all over it. Of course the project was scrapped by HP so the support will not be there but what the heck $99 for a tablet is insane.
We expected Android to be flashed or at least ported over within days. Now there is a video where someone claims to have put Android 2.2.1 Froyo on the HP Touchpad. This being said we don’t have the ROM or any other information on the Installation of it. As soon as we get more information and files we will post them here on Android Advice.