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Installing Android apps on the Nook Tablet

I am trying to install an Android app (not purchased from B&N ~ it's a vendors video viewer) and when I try to install it, it tells me I have no Android phones registered with the system.


I have no Android phones. Is there a way to get past this?



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Re: Installing Android apps on the Nook Tablet

You're posting in the wrong forum.


Go here for Tablet:


But, I believe the short answer is that you can't use the Android Market directly.  The Tablet is locked and will only load apps purchased from the B&N Market.



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