So by now, we’ve all heard of the hackability of the Nook Color… People have been able to root, install Android Market access, and even install Froyo for quite some time on the $250 e-reader. Combine that with the awesomeness that is Honeycomb, and it adds up to frugal bliss. Hit the break for more…
Turns out that Honeycomb booting on the Nook Color is no new thing. In fact, XDA-Developer deeper-blue is already on the third revision of his Honeycomb preview, which installs on a bootable SD card. While useful as a preview preview, running a complete ROM off of the SD card is an exercise in patience.
Android Central Forums user WIll Shanklin has ported deeper-blue’s work so that it can experience full NAND glory. While I personally don’t use or recommend the use of the Nook Color on Honeycomb as its daily driver ROM (user of the aforementioned Froyo ROM, here), it’s quite a sight to see a $250 e-reader get Honeycomb before any device officially launches with Google’s latest and greatest.
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