This is a 7″ Android tablet which came out late last summer. I’m not terribly impressed with it but it’s an okay value. Once you’ve installed Android Market it’s not a bad tablet.
Like the several other tablets I have hacked, installing Android Market was a straightforward process. All I did was repeat the steps listed in this post. It didn’t go quite the same way but the process achieved the goal.
- Download this ZIP file to your computer.
- Open the Zip file to your computer and copy the contents to your Pandigital tablet over USB. Then unplug your tablet.
- Once you’ve done that, open the file manager on your tablet and go to the folder where you put the files. Try to install the following apps in this order (double click on the files in order to run them):
As a 4th step you might want to press the home button, select the checkmark which says “open always with”, and then select Launcher. This will guarantee that whenever you press the home button you will see the home screen and not be prompted with a menu.
I have Aldiko installed and it works fine.
On a related note, I mention the SuperNova tablet in the title for a good reason. While I tested this procedure on the Nova, I’m pretty sure that the SuperNova is similar enough that these instructions will work on it as well. The Nova and the SuperNova don’t appear to differ by anything other than the screen size.
If these instructions do work on your SuperNova, let me know.