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Question [Q] Ice Cream Sandwich Development???

By the time ice cream sandwich is out do any of you think that the nook will still stand strong and get a stable rom of it since it will be open source(at least thats what i heard)?
I really want to know because if i bought one i want developers to still be active by the end of the year at least. But hey look at the g2 been out for 2 years and still developers i think^_^ but of course it was the first android device to be out on the market...
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Probably. I don't have one but judging by all the ports (honeycomb gingerbread etc) i think it should be fine

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Since the Nook is supported by a large known custom ROM like Cyanogenmod, I would say it is safe to assume the Nook will be getting a couple Android iterations.
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Probably. I don't have one but judging by all the ports (honeycomb gingerbread etc) i think it should be fine

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Since the Nook is supported by a large known custom ROM like Cyanogenmod, I would say it is safe to assume the Nook will be getting a couple Android iterations.
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is their any more comments? i would like to have some more opinions
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I honestly doubt the NC will ever have a stable HC port.
I think the sooner ICS comes out, the better for us, the later, the worse for us.
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well, I think the main thing that will kill our NC is a hardware upgrade from B&N.

NC2, then we'll all have to run out and buy a new one
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I honestly doubt the NC will ever have a stable HC port.
I think the sooner ICS comes out, the better for us, the later, the worse for us.
I concur to that opinion
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I conquer to that opinion
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Anyway, to the topic, I am sure that you won't really get any variation on the opinions which have already been given. If there are anymore responses, they will likely just be different ways of saying the same things.
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