One thing that some people have encountered when attempting to use my revised webos Gospel Library app is that no additional content is showing in the menus. I think this is caused by the official signed version of the application being still on your device when you use Preware or WebOS Quick Install 4.3.1 to install the IPK from my BricxCC sourceforge page. You may have better luck if you first delete the official version before trying to install my build.
Here is a copy of the instructions (partially specific to Windows) I sent via email to Nancy.
1. Use Windows Explorer to create a folder on your C: drive called "touchpad" (i.e., c:\touchpad).
2. Use your browser to download the following files to the c:\touchpad\ folder
http://bricxcc.sourceforge.net/org.lds. ... .4_all.ipk
3. Download the WebOS Quick Install 4.3.1 from this link and save it to c:\touchpad\:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2774158/WebOSQu ... -4.3.1.jar
4. Turn on developer mode on your HP if it is not already turned on. Enter webos20090606 into Just Type and choose to launch the Developer Mode app that appears. If the slider in the top right corner says ON then you can simply close the app and continue. If it says OFF then slide it to the right to turn it ON then tab Submit without entering any password.
5. Connect your device to your computer via the USB cable and select USB Drive mode to have your device show up as a removable disk on your computer.
6. Extract webos_content.zip to the root of this new drive, for example, d:\ if that is the drive letter assigned to your device. In Windows Explorer you should see a folder called d:\.ldssa and if you expand that folder you should see "content" and within that folder "eng" and then a few folders below that which contain the gospel library content.
7. Switch back to the c:\touchpad\ folder in your Explorer window.
8. Right click on the D: drive (or whatever drive letter is assigned to your HP) and choose Eject to safely exit USB Drive mode.
9. While still connected via USB but no longer in USB Drive mode, double click the WebOSQuickInstall jar file in the c:\touchpad\ folder. It should launch. It may ask to install novacom drivers. If it does not launch you may need to install the Java runtime version 1.6 on your computer. Hopefully it launches, installs the drivers it needs and eventually displays a simple GUI that shows that your HP TouchPad is connected and ready in the top right corner of the window.
10. If you get this GUI then click the + sign button and browse for the IPK file in c:\touchpad\ Select the file and add it to the Files to install list shown above. Then click Install. That should correctly install my version of the Gospel Library app on your device.
11. Close the installer.
12. Launch the Gospel Library application and enjoy the additional content.
Let me know via email (afanofosc at comcast dot net) if you still can't get this to work.
I've uploaded zips and my IPK to dropbox at the following URLs:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53437658/org.ld ... .4_all.ipk
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53437658/webos_ ... n_full.zip
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53437658/webos_ ... artial.zip
I broke up the content zip into two parts: original and new. webos_content_orig contains all the XML content from the official version of the webos Gospel Library application. webos_content_json_full contains every json file that I can create via the official Python scripts and ldsWebML from the Gospel Library content project. webos_content_json_partial has all of the same content as the _full zip has except it only has magazines from 2011 where the _full zip has all the magazines back as far as there is available ldsWebML content. Grab both the webos_content_orig.zip and one of the two json zips and extract them to your HP device while it is connected to your computer in USB Drive mode.
Either of the json content zips should include the George Albert Smith manual for Priesthood and Relief Society 2012 lessons along with all the other manuals that will be used in 2012. Let me know if something appears to be missing.