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    Default Nook Color Unrooted Itself


    Crazy as it sounds, my rooted NC has seemingly reset itself. I was running a rooted Stock ROM with software version 1.1.0 (this was the state prior to my rooting the device) and all was well. I turned it on today and had the stock start up screen, and had to re-register it with B&N. The market icon is still in my Extras menu, but won't connect. The superuser app is still there but with no apps registered, nor any log data. Anyone else run into this? Anyone have any suggestions as to how I should proceed?
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    This happened to me at some point. I was messing around with my Google account, trying to get it to sync better.
    I ended up resetting it back to stock and rooting again from the start. Haven't had any problems since.
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    This has happened to me three times now in the last month.
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    Any idea what you are doing to cause it? Like Lehons, I too was messing with my Google accounts to get them to sync better.
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    Once I was in an app, hit the back icon and ZAP!
    Another time I was going to the B&N book shelve to check up on a book, and the last time I was checking some set up with Google.

    What will it be next time?
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    eww it's like B&N programed in some kind of magic little file that zaps the thing back to stock if you root it ;-P
    Just kidding, I haven't had it happen, but I do end up reinstalling different ROMs on an SD card because the quite working right for me!
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    Don't know if this is it but as a preventative measure to unwanted B&N updates go to security/otacerts.zip and rename otacerts to something else. Just remember to change back if you want official upgrades. I used root explorer.
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    Default Re: Nook Color Unrooted Itself

    This happened to me for what seems a reasonable reason - I let my battery completely drain. Still shouldnt've done it , yet
    somehow understandable....

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