• Rdrunner says:

    Sweet!! Where’d u get the Bluetooth keyboard? Or should I ask…what brand/model is it? Looks nice and would fit very well with my home theater pc. I’ve looked for a good while and have not found one that looks like that.

  • Loren says:

    I don’t see a toolbar at the bottom like you have. :( Without it, I can’t seem to get into the android store. I’m using the 7.1 stable version of Cyanogen. Did I do something wrong?

  • adam says:

    will it delete my books?

  • Ashish Kumar says:

    wow really cool trick admin

  • Hackamoto says:

    I had the same problem as Loren. I had no toolbar at the bottom and every time I tried to run MARKET, it gave me an error “the process android.process.media has stopped”. I was able to fix this both issues.

    Use the following steps:
    1. Go to ROM MANAGER > Reboot into Recovery
    2. Do a Factory Reset
    3. Wipe your Davlic Cache
    4. Run the installation process above in the video.
    5. You should be good to go and everything should be working perfectly.

    Good luck!


  • Rumbis says:

    showing the


  • staybrutalmatt says:

    If I had a Nook Color, this would be the kind of things I’d do with it.

  • Joseph W says:

    cool project !

  • Paul says:

    what version of Cyanogen is needed? I tried the volume hack but was told my version would not allow it?

  • zilloland says:

    i see the

  • Brian says:

    Okay, I followed everything you did and I am stuck at the “ClockworkMod Recovery” screen and none of my buttons are responding for some reason….um, help?

    • Brian says:

      never mind, just a malfunction on my end….but I cannot get on the android market, possibly because of the changeover to the new google play?

    • Kriss says:

      Hi had the same problem
      all that worked was letting the batt run down totally, and then charge again then I re-installed CM7 and google app

      hope it helps

  • mominimran says:

    This Is Awesome!!!! Android runs perfectly fine….THANKS :D

  • brandon says:

    This looks awwsome and i really want to do this, but if i wanted to, could i restore back to my regular nook software?

  • Matt says:

    The download link for http://mrm3.net/nook-color-updated-clockwork-recovery-bootable-sd appears to be not working on the mrm3.net site

  • Jayron Pearson says:

    This is a cool thing to do! (Hack the Nook Color)

  • Jackson says:

    i understand why you would want to turn this thing into a tablet, but how do you switch it back to the nook color?
    also, can you make a windows 8 tablet out of this thing? (im talking about this tinkernut video).

  • Senz says:

    Can a person still perform this hack on newer Nook colors, accounting for Google play, and weather the software in the links is useable?