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[Q] 8gb over 16gb

23rd April 2012, 02:55 AM   |  #11  
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im using the same sd card loaded cm7 so i havent even gone into the registering process on it. should i register it with BN or just take it to BN have them repartition it and flash away>?

It shouldn't matter. They just pop their SD card in and you wait till it's finished, then you're out of there.

Or could you repartition it yourself.
23rd April 2012, 03:06 AM   |  #12  
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always register your stuff. . that way, they get to spam you for the rest of your life. no, seriously, its for the warantee, right ?

i am sorry... i don't understand what you said...

dont need BNs warranty i have the geek squad "i can drive over it with a truck then take a hammer to it" warranty. just curious if registering has anything to do with flashing the internal memory
23rd April 2012, 04:02 AM   |  #13  
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If you plan on flashing over the internal OS, there is no need to register. When I got my nook, I made a bootable sdcard with CWM, booted into it, mounted to my PC, transferred CM7 to the internal storage and flashed it. From there I eventually flashed CM9 and only saw the B&N OS when I tested albert's nandroid backup.

tl;dr no need to register if you plan on flashing a rom.
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