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GKJeyasingham
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Re: Kindle ect

Post by GKJeyasingham » July 18th, 2011, 9:27 pm

dios4vida wrote:
GKJeyasingham wrote:I fixed all these problems by rooting it and thereby turning it into a full-blown, customizable Android tablet. Now I can read e-books from anywhere (Amazon, B&N, Kobo, you name it), and I can put a whole range of Apps on it too (e-mail, Twitter, game console emulators, etc.).
My brother-in-law did that, too. He calls it his Noodle (Nook+Kindle=Noodle). My husband the computer geek drools over it every time we go over there.
Haha! Well, a rooted Nook Colour is pretty awesome. ;)

Most people are scared of tampering with their devices (and rightly so, I suppose). But rooting a Nook Colour is actually one of the easier rooting procedures and isn't prone to failure, according to what I've read.

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Post by MattLarkin » August 2nd, 2011, 2:56 pm

Kindle. I felt iPad was more expensive than I could afford at the time, and I worried about backlighting. Since I mainly wanted it for reading and didn't need color, Kindle seemed the natural choice. I've been really happy with it.
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