So, your clueless Uncle Rob sent we a Nook Simple Touch for Yuletide final year, as well as it’s been sitting around pciking up dust. Well, here’s something we can do with it — turn it in to a Mac using OS 7.5.3.
Last November, blogger Mike Cane had a dream of using a classical Mac OS upon a Nook Simple Touch. His mental condition was formed upon a being of someone who got a aged Mac OS using upon an iPhone, yet he longed for to have a touch-enabled Mac which would run upon a skinny inscription device with 256 MB of RAM as well as a 600 x 800 screen.
At a time of Cane’s post, someone had started work upon relocating a Mini vMac emulator to Android, Now, which work is complete, as well as Cane is a happiest camper in a world. He has a gallery of screenshots taken by Mini vMac for Android user FlyingToaster which embody a prosaic Mac using MacPaint as well as a series of games.
I’m vehement — this equates to my Kindle Fire might eventually have a role if we can get Mini vMac for Android (free) or Mini vMac II ($ 1.99) using upon it. First I’ve got to find a current Mac ROM image, though…