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B&N Nook 'rooted,' is running Android 1.5

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Dec 2009 14:10 User comments (3)

B&N Nook 'rooted,' is running Android 1.5 The highly anticipated e-reader, the Barnes & Noble Nook, has been torn apart and "rooted" by the boys over at NookDevs and the process as well as the specs are now online.
Specs: (via QP)

* Samsung S3C6410 Processor
* Synaptics TM169 Touchscreen controller
* Internal 2GB Sandisk microSD card for internal storage
* 3 partitions
o sdb1: system: ext3 250 MB
o sdb2: update? ext3 150 MB
o sdb3: internal memory: ext3 1309 MB
* Sierra Wireless MC8777V wireless modemin data only mode

The e-reader is also using a modified Android 1.5 firmware, and being rooted it seems just a matter of time until the Nook is given added functionality.

If you are interested in rooting your Nook, check here: nookDevs: Rooting

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3 user comments

115.12.2009 14:45

Wow well that was fast

215.12.2009 23:43
michaelhu
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This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 16 Dec 2009 @ 13:30

317.12.2009 11:33

Interesting... Not many advantage yet, but being able to suppress auto updates, it's pretty good IMO.

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