- 05-15-2011, 11:29 PM #76
- 05-18-2011, 09:33 PM #77
- 05-24-2011, 10:24 AM #78
>>Originally Posted by l0m31n
>>this didnt work for me, still rooted.
>>I'll update the OP to clarify, this is intended to restore to rooted stock. To completely unroot, merely >>interrupt boot 8x. If that isn't working (because you installed clockwork or altered boot in some way) >>then do only the step in OP to restore boot (the system part shouldn't be necessary), then interrupt >>8x.
Just for clarification... the 'nook-complete-restore-1.0.1.zip' file is rooted or not rooted? I've had ADB installed on my laptop working with no problems, I flashed my NC and updated the driver but I can't get ADB to recognize the NC. Without having a replacement home app, how can I tell if SU is installed? I think I'm pounding my head against the wall trying to connect to a now non-rooted device.
- 05-24-2011, 01:16 PM #79
- 3 Posts
Help--trying to restore Nook Color to stok
I have followed the instructions at the start of this thread:
When I remove the SD card and attempt to reboot the Nook Color I get 2 screens before it just hangs up:
1st screen: Touch the future of Reading
2nd screen: the n screen with "Contains Reader Mobile Technology by Adobe Systems Incorporated"
It hangs on that second screen, not allowing me to do anything else.
I'm afraid that I have ruined my NC
Can you help me? I'm somewhat of a newbie when it comes to Android.
- 05-28-2011, 07:47 PM #80
Followed instructions to put CWR and complete-restore-1.0.1as zip
following formats, ran complete restore
got following messageE:Error in/sdcard/nook-complete-restore-1.0.1.zip (status 0)
Tried several times.
I originally had 1.1 on the nook and upgraded to 1.2
- 08-27-2011, 02:44 PM #81
- 3 Posts
Re: [HOW-TO] Restore Nook Color to rooted stock
When I try writing the .img to the SD card I get an error saying not enough space on disk. I checked the properties of the SD card and it says I have 14.9 GB free. Its a 16GB disk and I have tried writing the 16GB .img and the 8GB.img Any ideas?
- 10-25-2011, 12:25 AM #82
Re: Help--trying to restore Nook Color to stok
I had this problem too, multiple times while trying to re-install different versions of the Nook OS. What ended up resolving it was a factory reset. Make sure the Nook is off. Press and hold the Power and the N button simultaneously for seven seconds. It will boot to the Reading Forever page, then load a new page asking you if you want to do a factory reset. Hit Yes. Then confirm.
- 01-16-2014, 05:14 AM #83