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27th April 2012, 03:41 AM   |  #781  
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Well if he is running cm7 I couldn't find any setting in cm settings that would increase font size. Sorry.

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27th April 2012, 05:41 AM   |  #782  
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Use Spare Parts to increase font size. I have it set to extra large and it makes a noticeable difference.
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27th April 2012, 05:39 PM   |  #783  
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Ah right I forgot about spare parts nice find

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27th April 2012, 09:21 PM   |  #784  
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I am trying to make it through all the pages on this post, but I'm getting frustrated. Made my micro SD card, no problems, it works great. But I may have messed up what I was supposed to do first. I have over 200 books on my nook tablet, as well as purchased apps. How do I get those to work with the CM7? Should I have partitioned the micro sd card first? The books/apps are all on the internal memory, and I've been reading that we can't access that. But, when I plug my tablet to my computer while the CM7 sd card is inserted, my computer does not recognize it, or I'd move the files that way. I have copies of the books on my computer, want to figure out the easiest way to get them to come up on the cm7
27th April 2012, 09:39 PM   |  #785  
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Originally Posted by seteva

I am trying to make it through all the pages on this post, but I'm getting frustrated. Made my micro SD card, no problems, it works great. But I may have messed up what I was supposed to do first. I have over 200 books on my nook tablet, as well as purchased apps. How do I get those to work with the CM7? Should I have partitioned the micro sd card first? The books/apps are all on the internal memory, and I've been reading that we can't access that. But, when I plug my tablet to my computer while the CM7 sd card is inserted, my computer does not recognize it, or I'd move the files that way. I have copies of the books on my computer, want to figure out the easiest way to get them to come up on the cm7

Look for better answers from others (and see my previous questions about knowing what folders are on what partitions--still not answered). But I simply re-downloaded my B&N content from my account into the CM7 "side."
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27th April 2012, 09:47 PM   |  #786  
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Look for better answers from others (and see my previous questions about knowing what folders are on what partitions--still not answered). But I simply re-downloaded my B&N content from my account into the CM7 "side."

These are not B&N books though, so I can't do that These are books I got from other sources
27th April 2012, 10:12 PM   |  #787  
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I came across a little problem:

I got an 8 GB (4) and burned the CM7 image to it using win32diskmanager, then used easeus to partition my drive. Put it in my nook, perfect, everything works.

A few days later I got my 32GB (4) card in the mail and did the same thing. Put it in my nook, and it wouldn't boot. I can see the TEAM B+ splash screen but nothing else, screen turns black afterwards and nook reboots to nook stock.

I don't know why it does this, could be sd card problem.

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These are not B&N books though, so I can't do that These are books I got from other sources

If you have access to these somehow (maybe a backup or what not), the easiest thing you can do is use DropBox.

Just drag your raw epub files over to dropbox and then download the app to your nook- you can reach your old files that way.
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27th April 2012, 10:14 PM   |  #788  
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Originally Posted by JRam13

I got an 8 GB (4) and burned the CM7 image to it using win32diskmanager, then used easeus to partition my drive. Put it in my nook, perfect, everything works.

A few days later I got my 32GB (4) card in the mail and did the same thing. Put it in my nook, and it wouldn't boot. I can see the TEAM B+ splash screen but nothing else, screen turns black afterwards and nook reboots to nook stock.

I don't know why it does this, could be sd card problem.

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If you have access to these somehow (maybe a backup or what not), the easiest thing you can do is use DropBox.

Just drag your raw epub files over to dropbox and then download the app to your nook- you can reach your old files that way.

Does that then use the Nook reader app to read them?
27th April 2012, 11:30 PM   |  #789  
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Originally Posted by seteva

I am trying to make it through all the pages on this post, but I'm getting frustrated. Made my micro SD card, no problems, it works great. But I may have messed up what I was supposed to do first. I have over 200 books on my nook tablet, as well as purchased apps. How do I get those to work with the CM7? Should I have partitioned the micro sd card first? The books/apps are all on the internal memory, and I've been reading that we can't access that. But, when I plug my tablet to my computer while the CM7 sd card is inserted, my computer does not recognize it, or I'd move the files that way. I have copies of the books on my computer, want to figure out the easiest way to get them to come up on the cm7

Why don't you take the SD card out of your NT and use an SD reader to put it in your computer? Then you can transfer your books that way.

Or use "adb push" if you have adb up and running.
27th April 2012, 11:33 PM   |  #790  
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Why don't you take the SD card out of your NT and use an SD reader to put it in your computer? Then you can transfer your books that way...

Transfer them into what folder exactly?

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