Boots from USB ... no firmware flashing or BIOS modifications required. All you need to do is download the image from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B99O3A0dDe67elhnQ2I3aS1QSEU and uncompress it and then write it to a USB using either using 'Win32 Disk Imager' on Windows or using 'dd' on Linux ... see https://youtu.be/6IYZS52400U
This is my 32-bit compilation of Intel's last Android on Intel Platforms source code explicitly defined for baytrail products (see https://01.org/android-ia). However I've updated the system to include Google Play Store and added root.
I've also made a video showing a summary of some key information and performance figures including the results from 'About Tablet', CPU-Z, AnTuTu and Octane ... see https://youtu.be/Gfu11EZBD3M
Note that the initial boot is quite slow. So slow that my video of it is probably the most boring one you could ever watch ... see https://youtu.be/S1qVfsljo2w