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Honeycomb for Nook Color released for download (update: video)

Vlad Savov
02.01.11
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Android Honeycomb on a humble e-reading tablet? Why yes, it's not only possible, it's downloadable. Deeper-blue, the chap who's been spending the past few days porting the Honeycomb SDK over to the Nook Color, has today decided to release his latest work out to eager users and fellow coders. He's enabled the accelerometer, touchscreen, buttons, graphics acceleration, and wireless connectivity, but other things like sound remain on the to-do list. Hit the source link for all the code and info you require to be among the first to run Android 3.0 on their tablet.

Update: Video walkthrough after the break!

Update 2: Sound has now been enabled! We've updated our source link to point to the latest build. Thanks, Ibrahim!

[Thanks, Forrest]



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