The Notion Ink Adam tablet features a modified Android installation with several additional features optimized for tablet devices and now you can install a port of this ROM on the Toshiba Folio 100 tablet. Read on after the break for more details, download link and installation instructions.
Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
Released yesterday by XDA-Developers forum member MrMEEE, this ROM is called FolioNotion and it is a direct port of the Notion Ink Adam ROM. It aims to brings all the features of the Notion Ink Adam tablet to the Toshiba Folio 100.
At the moment, it does have some glitches such as Media Player not working and some configuration changes not remaining persistent when the tablet is rebooted. The SD-card also needs to be removed and inserted again, in order to be mounted. Though despite these quirks, the ROM is operational and successfully ports the Notion Ink Adam interface to the device.
If you want to go ahead and use this ROM a shot, follow these instructions:
- Download the ROM from the link given below and flash it to your device by following the same procedure used in our guide on installing FolioMod custom Android ROM on Toshiba Folio 100. If you get an error regarding the flashing of boot.img, just ignore it and reboot.
- In case step 3 does not work for you and the device doesn’t reboot after installing this ROM, just flash FolioMod first and then flash this FolioNotion ROM. You will receive errors again but ignore them and this should work in most cases.
This ROM is under active development and the developer plans to fix the issues in the next release. To report bugs, get help with problems, get updates or request features, head over to the XDA-Developers forum thread and join the conversation.
In case you want to revert back to the stock ROM, we have provided those steps in the guide on installing FolioMod as well – just download the stock ROM image from and install it using the same procedure and you will be back on the stock ROM.
While it is not required for this guide, but in case you want to root your device, enable USB drivers for your tablet by following our guide on how to enable USB drivers for Nvidia Tegra based Android tablets. After doing that, visit our guide on how to root your Android device and follow the instructions for Toshiba Folio 100 there under the Tablets section.