nookdevpx-launcherThe team over at nookDevs is wasting no time in bending the Barnes & Noble nook to their will.  After successfully rooting the device in 120 hours, the next step was to try to get Android apps installed. Well, we can tick that one off the list.  The first app to get loaded on the nook is the popular streaming music app, Pandora.

The interesting thing about this particular app is that it uses the 3G network from AT&T.  How many rooted nooks with data-based apps are going to slip by undetected before either Barnes & Noble start calling for hardware changes.  The current models find the entire OS running on the microSD card.  This memory card can be removed as easily as any other handset.


To get Pandora running on the nook, you’ll need to jump through some serious hoops.  The real news is that things are moving along swimmingly!

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