by Brandon Sobotta, 1 year ago
Before the release of the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet (NT), we had the Nook Color, it was the go to tablet for developers who were on a budget. Why had it received such attention from…
Pump some Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich into your Nook Color and check out how it will perform. Thanks to developers at XDA Developers, you can now install on your Nook Color a preview version of CyanogenMod 9, which is based on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Since this is a preview build of CyanogenMod 9, it is not yet stable enough to be used for daily operation. So, as early as this point, if you are unsure about what you're getting into, or if you have little experience with Android hacks (or none at all), it may be good advice for you to proceed with extreme caution–or at least ask for assistance from someone who has more experience.
As far as the status of the Nook Color running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is concerned, there are still some non-working features such as the sound, video, and hardware acceleration. Aside from these, there are probably more non-working features that are yet to be discovered, but as more and more people test this ROM, those things will probably be fixed along the way.
For the meantime, you can get this ROM running on your Nook Color by following the steps below. Take note that before you can apply the steps below, you need to root your device first and flash ClockworkMod Recovery on it. Also, make a backup of your data before attempting the procedure.
Once you are done with the two installation prerequisites, you can now proceed to the installation process.
Be sure to follow the steps below carefully to be able to successfully install this ROM on your Nook Color or you could brick your tablet. Also take note that this site will not be held liable for any damage on your device caused by your following the installation steps below. Proceed at your own risk.
Here’s how to install the CyanogenMod 9 ICS ROM on your device:
Congratulations! Your Nook Color will now run the preview build of CyanogenMod 9 based on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich.