THIS IS NOT EVEN BETA. PLEASE BE AWARE
"Operation Turtle Froyo Delivery".http://www.mediafire.com/?v7r0ghgkaqdbu6i
This release support some things not included in the previous releases. Out of the box, JIT is enabled (which increases some performance in Froyo), sdcard is accessible to the browser/music app/etc, as well as mounting via USB. Most importantly for some, GAPPS support exists in this image, in a very barebone manner. There is also a functioning Taskbar with soft buttons, due to ThePlague's awesome work.
It's also rooted
There are several issues with this image. Use at your own risk, and know how to use RKANDROID.
It's slow. Not as slow as the last image, but still slow. Don't expect gaming/video from this image, it's just not going to happen. Gallery3D included is pretty much unusable. DSP is not working. I have not tried any various Adobe Flash hacks, knowing this is 2.2 Froyo, but don't expect that either. It's not accelerated in any manner.
Google Apps takes a few hacks to get working, which is slightly annoying. But you will find this problem with -any- 2.2 tablet on the market right now.
* SetupWizard forces portrait mode during timezone setup.
* The default home page for the web browser will always crash the browser. To workaround this, search for something in the Google Search bar, and then load the settings to change your default home page.
* Limited App space. Someone want to hack this for us?
* Wifi can still be flaky.
* /flash is not accessible via USB Mounting or Application Access. This is a todo item. Android standard is /mnt/sdcard.
* more maybe? Feedback is appreciated.
HOW TO MAKE IT WORK:
Download the image, and use it like a standard update.img file.
It takes 30-90 seconds after the "Archos" boot screen to see Froyo load. Once loaded, the SetupWizard begins. Skip most of everything but the timezone. It will rotate to portrait mode, this is a known issue with gapps. Connect to a wireless network. Load the Market App. Login to Google.
Once done with this process, you will find almost all Applications are missing from the market. This is where the hack comes into play -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l-nySib ... re=related
Go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage Applications. Choose All -> Market -> Clear Cache, then Force Stop. Once done, go back to Google Services Frameworks. Clear data, and Force Stop. Finally load Market back up, you should receive an error. This is good. Reboot the device, once to twice depending, and the market should show all the apps (refer to the youtube link).
This should be all to get going. I have QA'd the image and found these basic steps should get you up and going. This includes SD access to apps and USB Mounting.