Dual Boot Honeycomb Question

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  1. hobo law

    hobo law Member

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    Hey, new NC owner, wanted to play around with the device and decided to try the dual boot honeycomb 3.0 as detailed on sites like inspired geek.

    It seems to work well, but it doesn't provide access to android market, gmail program, any apps downloaded on rooted NC UI, etc. Is this fixable, is it the nature of the beast?

    I chose this to exploit speed benefits. Am I better off using a different version (perhaps Deeper Blue's) or maybe even a new ROM? Thoughts/opinions of all kinds welcomed.

    Thanks for the help and sorry for the novice questions.

    Utilized guide: How to Dual Boot Android Honeycomb 3.0 on Overclocked Nook Color Using SD Card [Step by Step Guide] | Inspired Geek

    Downloads:
    -Dual Boot Honeycomb Preview V04
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/20480343/nh-dual-boot-flashable-v04.zip
    -Dual Boot Prep. Flash File
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/20480343/prep-dualboot-0.1.zip
    -Dalingrin's Overclocked Kernel
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1224307/update-1100mhz-Hc2p-emmc-cwm.zip
     
  2. J515OP

    J515OP Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Congrats on your new Nook. Yes, there are work arounds for getting the market and apps running on honeycomb, but they are just that, work arounds. As you say it is the nature of the beast. Honeycomb is a great preview but it is not a full OS it is simply a demo that was built out into something somewhat useable that has issues that are outside the mainstream to deal with.

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