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[ROM] CM7 8GB &16GB Compatible Beta for the Nook Tablet.., Updated 7th July to Beta

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FWIW, I tried Adam's method with the 4g class 4 and could not get it to work (several times). I did have the lda and boot flags enabled on the boot partition of the sdcard. I was successful though when I used a 16g class 4 card.
Sounds like the way to go is using a new or fully wiped/reformated 16g class 4 with ida and boot flags both ENABLED for now until Gonc shows us how to set up the sd card manually and posts files.

Would you agree Gonc?

Nooklover....try ENABLING both ida and boot flags, rather than disabling (as I understood you did in your last post.) Let us know if you have any luck!

Thanks Gonc and Celtic for helping tease this one out. I'm going to try the above........as soon as I can afford the 16g card! Pathetic, I know!
 
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As I understand it, the SDcard installation is from 3/7, but the internal installation has been reworked and was updated on 3/9. Is there a way to use newer 3/9 version and put it on an SDcard and run it from the SDcard? Or, will Celtic and Gonc be releasing a new version for SDcard? I hope this is the right place to ask this. Thanks.
The 3/7 SD card version is the same as the 3/9 internal version.

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The 3/7 SD card version is the same as the 3/9 internal version.

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Yup the current releases of internal and SD are based on the system files they were just released a couple of days apart.

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Wonderful Job Gents Loving the Nook Tablet even more now. I did the internal root and it works great.

The only issue I'm having is I am no longer able to see the Nook when connected to the PC. Only my SD card comes up. Is there a setting for that, or did I do something wrong in the Build?
 
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^Here is the solution to your problem:

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Yup the current releases of internal and SD are based on the system files they were just released a couple of days apart.

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Thanks for this. Is there any way to change out the CM7 and boot either ICS or Miui from a uSD?
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well i've been running cm7 for a day now with no problems at all. very impressed with the work you guys have put in. very easy to install and no hitches at all. my nook is running the way i wanted it to run when i bought it, thanks!
 
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Thumbs up CW7 is impressive

Just installed CW7 on an SD card and booted my Nook Tablet into "real" Android. I understand why B&N crippled the Nook Tablet, but I think being able to dual-boot into CW7 will get them even more sales. I'm very appreciative of all the work done by everyone to make this dual-boot possible. This makes my Nook Tablet a much more valuable device. My next step is to make a donation. Keep up the good work guys. I'm looking forward to ICS on my Nook Tablet.
 
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For those individual that want to repartition their SD card to use the unallocated space but don't have Linux installed, you can get gparted as a Live CD from the following website.

http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php

Once you've downloaded it, burn the .iso to CD and boot the PC from your CD-ROM and partition away. Please PLEASE PLEASE be careful to select your SD card and not one of your hard drives when performing the operation. You might want to watch the video tutorial found below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7auC...V4gaX7W6Z0jvQ=

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