The NOOKcolor is sure a focus of the hacking community, and the most recent hack is unlocking the eReader's Bluetooth capabilities. The NOOKcolor's Bluetooth chip is deactivated out of the box, but now thanks to XDA member Occip
Because the NOOKcolor runs Android, there is quite a few unused software features within the device. Other than minimal storage usage, you would think this isn't a major problem. However, your NOOKcolor running the Cell Standby
Cyanogen has just released his latest CyanogenMod for users of the newer EVO 4Gs. Bringing in all of the Cyanogen goodness to some 003 and all of the 004 versions of the device. Continue Reading...
A bit of a warning for a users of a rooted NOOKcolor, Barnes & Noble has started pushing out software authentication checks, and, if your device fails, they will remotely reset and wipe your device. Continue Reading...
Over at BlogKindle.com, Andrei Pushkin has formulated a walk-through to help root your NOOKcolor and install the Kindle for Android application. He was even able to successfully install and run youtube, Gmail, and yes our
XDA member tchebb has had the working 3-10 DROID Incredible kernel for quite some time and decided it was time to release to the world. Now DROID Incredible users can download a kernel that will bring true multitouch to their
It has not even been a day that the Samsung Nexus S and it's Gingerbread install have been publicly available and the device has already been rooted. Continue Reading...
Even though T-Mobile took a lot of precautionary measures to make sure that the phone wouldn't be able to be rooted, the hardware is now fully unlocked. This is more than just simply rooting and putting ROMS on, the hardware is
After hearing recently that the iPhone 3G can run Android 2.2(Froyo), we have some more great news for apple users who want to mix things up on their device. The guys who have brought OpeniBoot Bootlace to the iPhone 3G have been
The prospect of a dual-booting Apple iPad, iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS capable of loading iOS or Android is one step closer, with a new version of OpeniBoot that can apparently run on the newer Apple devices. Arch modder Hexxeh has