Hot on the heels of ASUS providing a bootloader unlock tool, someone has already gotten ClockWorkMod recovery up and ready to go for the masses to use. Beyond that, CyanogenMod 9 is also being teased for the tablet. In the video above, BumbleDroid takes us through the ROM in which he claims everything is working. If you look closely at the build number when he visits the About Tablet menu, you can see that it’s in RC0 status, meaning we should have a public release of RC1 before too long. He even mentions that the project is pretty far along and that we should be seeing a release sometime soon. If you want to prep your device for when that time comes, grab the newly available ClockworkMod recovery at the source links ahead. [AndroidRoot.Mobi 1|2 via Android Police]
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