Here are the Novacom Drivers for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. There are two zip files and select the correct file download for your operating system. Extract the Zip files to a known folder. The Zip file includes the Novacom.MSI installer file the HP License Agreement PDF (Date Modified August 2011).
Here is a Video:
How to install Android 5.0.x/4.4.x on the HP TouchPad the Super Easy Way (Idiots Guide 4.0)
By: Roland Deschain. This video explains using the Touchpad Toolbox (TP Toolbox) by J.C. Sullins.
TPToolbox by J.C. Sullins
Here: http://forum.xda-dev…d.php?t=2756314 and
CM11/Android 4.4.2 by J.C. Sullins
The CM11 link above says:
[ROM] [4.4.4] [CyanogenMod 11 by Jcsullins] [DM] [01/13/15]
Downloads: [See 1., A., B., and C. below]
1. TPToolbox: V40 released on 2014-05-18
It can be downloaded from:
Note: To load TPToolbox, you will need novacom to be installed on your PC. See Novacom Links above.
THE TPToolbox will help you load A, B, and C below onto your HP Touchpad:
A. ROM: CyanogenMod 11 by JcSullins find the latest one to download. I used cm-11-20141015-Snapshot but there is a more recent at the bottom of the file download list.
B. DATA MEDIA: (KitKat) Data Media Install files [Note: I used Philz-CWM]
Download Philz-CWM: [I used this one]
C. G-Apps: KitKat Google Apps
https://goo.im/gapps/gapps-kk-20140105-signed.zip/ Standard Gapps
Paranoid Android Gapps Choose the Micro or Nano Modular Packs
I either used the (i.) pa-gapps-stock-4.4.4-20141110-signed or the (ii) Gapps-kk-20140606-signed (less trusted). Need to figure out which works and is compatible with the ROM that you will use. Try searching for gapps as there may be some on Google Apps in developers sections. Get an inclusive g-apps base package for KitKat.
My Self Notes from Above Resources (no warranties): Download PDf: Installing-Android-on-Touchpad