Now the company offers a similar option for the Nook HD+ (by all accounts a fantastic tablet). Whether you're not a fan of Barnes & Noble's heavily modified (and, some would say, limited) version of Android or you just want the option of a more traditional Android tablet experience, there's now a plug-and-play solution.
Starting today, you can download one of N2A Cards' specialized image files, copy it to your own microSD card, and boot that card in your Nook HD+. The result: your tablet transformed to a modded version of Android 4.1 (aka Jelly Bean), able to access the Google Play store and run pretty much every Android-compatible app.
Want to go back to the way things were? Reboot and choose the Nook OS, or just pop the card out. Either way, no harm done; your HD+ will go back to th... [Read more]