Barnes & Noble calls the NOOKcolor a $249 color eBook reader, but hackers have been doing their best to turn it into a full-fledged Android tablet since day one. Now they’re also working to turn it into a phone… of sorts.
Out of the box, the tablet supports WiFi, but not Bluetooth. But the latest build of the CyonagenMod 7 operating system for the NOOKcolor enables the dormant Bluetooth functionality of the tablet’s wireless chip. That means you can pair the tablet with a Bluetooth headset and listen to music — or make voice calls using Android’s SIP phone capabilities.
Sure you’ll still need a WiFi connection to make calls. But it’s amazing just how versatile this 7 inch tablet is becoming.
via Android Guys
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