Black Friday gave me a deal on a Nook Color that was too good to pass up.
I'd like to dual boot Android on it using the SD slot and make it a functional tablet, but there's so many Android flavors out there... which one should I use?
As mentioned, I managed to pull in a brand new Nook Color on Black Friday for ridiculous-cheap, and while I would have probably preferred an iPad, I cannot afford one, so the price made my decision for me.
Primarily, I need it to read a ton of pdfs for school, and I understand RepliGo Reader
for Android will even let me highlight and annotate them, which is what I want (what I really really want
) but is, for some reason incredibly hard to do with most device software.
But the question is: which Android should I put on it? As a non-tech type person, I wanted to do it as easily as possible, preferably with the SD slot, and the N2A
option seemed to be the easiest way, but from what I can gather, it's quite the premium on the price of the SD card, and it's running some form of Gingerbread (?) and casual asking around said should be looking for Honeycomb? but isn't there a FroYo and whatnot, and some past MeFi advice
has said cyan-something... it's all a bit confusing.
No matter what I do, I don't want to void the warranty, but I think this tabletification is still a possibility. So I turn to the Hive Mind for advice. Is it worth it just to pay the extra dough for the commercially available easiness of N2A?
As always, my thanks in advance!