Whenever any Android device gets rooted, it’s a sure thing that cooked ROMs are close behind. Barnes & Noble’s NOOKcolor (recently rooted) is no exception. It may not be in total operating condition but a vanilla build of Froyo is indeed up and running on what is now being dubbed one of the cheapest Android tablets to date.
Considering that WiFi, Bluetooth, and a plethora of other things still aren’t working, along with the fact that you have to disable your battery heat monitor to load it up, we can safely rate this hack advanced users only. You can read up on all the details on “Jesse Vincent’s random technical writings on Perl, Kindle and other topics.”