Rooted Nook Touch: Screensnaps And Update

I’ve taken a bunch of screensnaps via vlc of the first video of a rooted Nook Touch running the Kindle for Android app.

Here is the code used to make that happen, indicating it’s not yet for us mere mortals:

It’s getting closer! Here’s the latest word at post time on rooting:

BTW: ADW launcher works on the Nook as well Can launch apps / browser / etc. Apparently the device has bluetooth as well. Hopefully I can get that working so I can hear some music while reading.

Now back to the snaps…

Nook Touch at Home Screen:

Kindle for Android begins to load, notice top center of screen:

K for A still loading:

Still loading:


Page change sliding transition:

K for A’s Home Screen:

Page refresh flash:

I like the thin margins and layout here:

Page change sliding transition caught in the next two shots:

eInk refresh captured in mid-stream:

Hitting the “n” button brings up the Nook UI:

And back to the regular Nook Touch mode:

Previously here:

First Video: Nook Touch As Kindle!
Why No Flood Of Rooted Nook Touch?
Rooted Nook Touch Mention
Let The Nook Touch Rooting Begin!
First Video Of Nook Touch Hidden Web Browser
Nook Touch Has Hidden But Functional Web Browser
First Photo: Website On Nook Touch Hidden Browser



Filed under Amazon Kindle, Android, B&N Nook Touch Rooting

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