Here is a little utility that may appeal to some.
Transferring files over the USB connection is annoying.
At the very least you have to plug in a connection, at the most you have an inactive Nook.
My philosophy has always been that the deskto...
There are any number of things that annoy me about the stock B&N reader.
I've been writing my own reader app from the ground up.
It's missing a lot of features, but it's still become my standard reader.
I have a lot of technical references in...
This is a new thread on the subject of modifying the system or
applications on the Nook. I'd like to see a separate thread on
modifying the kernel, but let's keep that off this.
A bit of the system or an app is usually written i...
A short recap of how to root the new NG2:
All of these methods use the Texas Instruments OMAP processor USB bootloader.
The desktop system that you connect the Nook to can be either Linux or Windows.
This only details the Windows method.
I took the back off the Nook and disconnected the battery.
I removed the tape on the battery on three sides
I drilled a hole.
I chamfered the inside edges
I glued a round 1/4-20 T nut in the hole using JB Weld epoxy.
I used a bolt and an old ...