Now that we have a functional recovery this should seriously help out with testing, if it goes wrong we can just restore to a working rom and start again debuging as we go.
***UPDATED 5TH Feb 2012***
I thought it was about time I updated this post with some up to date info on current state of development.
As many of you will know we got together last week and decided that we would like to build a CM7 rom for the Nook Tablet.
Goncezilla had already been making progress building firmware and a boot.img to get the thing booting up. Initially the system booted and you couldn't do a lot with it, but it prooved it could be done. Here's the vid showing the first boot:
After that it was down to work to make it useable. After a bit of investigation and a lot of man hours this is where we are at now
Touchscreen FULLY WORKING
Orientation sensors FUNCTIONAL
WIFI Fully WORKING
Hardware video acceleration WORKING
Custom Kernel BUILT AND FUNCTIONING
Full tablet version on Cyanogen Mod WORKING
Root Access WORKING
Sleep mode WORKING
Brightness control WORKING
BOOT FROM SD CARD SOLUTION AVAILABLE
and the one everyone seems to think is important
Angry Birds YES IT WORKS PERFECTLY lol
Another little video of current progress
Finally we have wifi working!
Sorry it's sideways, it's changing it now but it seems Google have slow computers!
So the main things we have left to fix are
1. Ermm... hmm... I'm sure we'll think of something