Photos Cloned From eBay: Hacked Pandigital Novel

I’m not even going to link to the listing because some people might get the idea that I’m recommending this, involved with this, or selling this. None of those happen to be the case. I simply got curious and got on eBay moments ago and started searching for the Pandigital Novel.

These are photos showing a Pandigital Novel hacked to run other Android applications. It looks like the same method that Nate used.

Each photo is click = big.

New Home Screen:

Opera Mini browser:

The included Android browser(?):

Start screen of Kobo Reader:

The included Barnes & Noble Nook app:

Aldiko eBook reader:

I don’t know, but it looks like an audio player:

Google Maps:

I don’t know, it looks like a video player that can do AVI files(!):

Amazon Kindle:

It might seem like a good deal, paying a bit more to have someone else do the hackery and installing of apps. But there’s one huge problem with that. If the Novel has to be zeroed-out in a reset, you’re stuck not knowing what to do to get it back to its hacked state.

For those who don’t want to get involved in hacking, I’d say wait for the Cruze Reader, which looks like a regular Android tablet that simply has Kobo Reader added to it. That seems like it could accept installing other applications.


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