It's not exactly official, but if you want to step up the operating system on your Nook Color, an Android 3.0 download is now available.
Produced by a developer known only by the code name "Deeper-blue," a port of the Honeycomb SDK is available to download, install and run off an SD card. Users should be able to make full use of the touch screen, buttons, Wi-Fi, accelerometer and other functions with the new OS.
[Image via Android Central]
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