I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about a ROM for the Nook Color called CM7, short for Cyanogen 7. I’ve already tested the Honeycomb ROM for Nook Color and thought it was time to move onto something new, so today I put together a how to tutorial and video review for CM7 on […]
One of the most annoying quirks with Android is that there usually isn’t an easy way to take screenshots, and the same holds true for the Motorola Xoom. So here are two ways to take screenshots with the Motorola Xoom. The first option is rather simple and does not require any rooting or technical work. […]
All Kindle devices support audiobooks from Audible.com transferred via USB, and now the Kindle 3 can download audiobooks directly using WiFi. Audible has about 85,000 audiobooks available to listen to on computers, a number of portable devices including Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, and even GPS systems in cars.
1. Hold power button for 3-5 seconds to Power On and for confirmation to Power Off. 2. Tap power button to put the Nextbook in Standby mode (drains battery some). 3. Long-press page-forward button to access Menu. 4. Long-press page-back button to go Home from anywhere. 5. Press Menu from the Homescreens to add widgets, […]
One question that I get asked all the time is how to install apps on the Pandigital Novel. Now that Pandigital has opened up their line of Android tablets to install 3rd party apps, the process of installing apps has become a lot easier. You can install them onto the device right out of the […]
Remember that post from a couple of weeks ago about how someone at XDA forums got Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the latest version of Android designed for tablets, to work on the Nook Color? It turns out the process is far simpler than I thought. There’s no hacking or rooting required. All you need is a […]
One big misconception about the Kindle is that you can only buy ebooks from Amazon. While that is true for ebooks laced with DRM, you can still buy ebooks to read on a Kindle from websites that sell DRM-free ebooks. The same goes for the Sony Readers, Nook, and other ereaders. DRM-free ebooks will work […]
Ask just about any Kindle owner if the Kindle supports EPUB or Adobe DRM and most will emphatically state, “No, the Kindle does not support EPUB. Never has, probably never will”. But the truth of the matter is that’s not completely true. Technically the Kindle can display EPUB ebooks in their native format, even Adobe […]