- 05-20-2011, 08:28 PM #2
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CM7 7.0.3 is by far the best way to go....
I started off booting via the card, but it was just a little slow... but it gave me a great feel on how it would operate.
I finally bit the bullet and installed it to internal mem and it works great....
The upside is you don't have to be rooted to do either.
SD boots up first, so no root needed... whether you use it from the card or want to install direct.
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- 06-01-2011, 10:48 PM #16
Depending what you want
I used the Nook primarily for reading book and secondary for a cheap tablet. In my case, I will wait for the autonooter for the 1.2 and then put in an overclock android 2.2 kernel or you can use the manual rooter but with more tedious steps and still with some minor problems. The great thing about using autonooter is that you don't have to dual boot and you can have access of the native nook ereader functions, which is superior to the nook or kindle app in the market place. For instance, I subscribe WSJ newspaper and read them everyday. I use the native nook reader and with rooted nook, I also have the access to the market place without reboot into the SD. It's the best of both worlds if you want to keep the native nook ereader app. If you don't care about the nook color as a reader then go ahead, try all other kernel or try dual boot from internal or external SD.
- 06-02-2011, 12:30 AM #17
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Ok I'm in a limbo in part because I need to wait till morning to get a micro SD adapter but while I would normaly just put my head down & muddle through (always get there in the end) I'm struggling a little with the wealth of options..
CM7 looks like the go but it seems that I dont need to root first if putting it on internal partition..? can anyone give me a pointer (or 2) as to where I can find a focus on this procedure?
I'm currently stock on 1.2..
- 06-02-2011, 10:38 PM #19
There are a ton of forums with all of this info. The mostcomplicated part for a noob is burning the sd card with a clockwork image. This is NOT just dropping a file on your SD card. Once you have aclockwork SD card, then you only need the zip file for cm7, a zip for clockwork recovery, gapps, and an overclocked kernel. No rooting of your nook is necessary. The clockwork recoverysd card will install all of on the internal memory erasing everything that came stock. Search for the thread install cm7 on internal.Devices:
Rooted HTC Droid Incredible
Rooted Nook Color
Rooted HTC Rezound
Soon to be rooted Galaxy S4
- 06-04-2011, 11:34 AM #20
- 06-06-2011, 03:23 AM #21
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Yes, but it's more of a PITA than just the 8x restart restore. xdadevs has the files you would need. You essentially need to rebuild the stock setup. I'd just put CM7 on a 16GB sandisk card and not have to mess with all that.
If you just manualroot stock 1.2 you'll still have the simple restore and any BN stuff you might want. With the boot menu uboot you can boot CM7 from the card or rooted stock from internal without removing the card. With my current setup I can even have both ROMs running apps that use the same files stored on the card.