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[HOW-TO] Updating NT Internal EMMC to CM11 from CM10.x

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14th August 2014, 06:48 PM   |  #21  
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Can't seem to figure this out myself. I have Twrp 2.6.3.0 and it won't let me flash CWM or CM11. Just gives the standard flashing error. Any ideas?

What error message did you get?
14th August 2014, 07:11 PM   |  #22  
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What error message did you get?

Just a regular "Error blah/blah/blah.zip not flashed".
14th August 2014, 08:20 PM   |  #23  
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Just a regular "Error blah/blah/blah.zip not flashed".

Did you get more diagnostic info just prior to "... .zip not flashed"?

Also, you should be able to flash CM11 and the corresponding Gapps using TWRP v2.6.3.0 you currently. If that does not work, check to see that you have the right version and uncorrupted download zip file for CM11.
14th August 2014, 09:10 PM   |  #24  
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Did you get more diagnostic info just prior to "... .zip not flashed"?

Also, you should be able to flash CM11 and the corresponding Gapps using TWRP v2.6.3.0 you currently. If that does not work, check to see that you have the right version and uncorrupted download zip file for CM11.

I'll have to see what it says later when I get home, but it didn't have an error number or much extra. Just tried to flash then stopped. My first guess was a corrupted download, but I've downloaded several different nightlies several different times. I downloaded CM11 for encore from the CM11 thread in this forum.
14th August 2014, 11:09 PM   |  #25  
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I downloaded CM11 for encore from the CM11 thread in this forum.

Encore is for the Nook Color, you need the build for Acclaim (assuming that your device is the Nook Tablet). This is what I meant in my previous post by "check to see that you have the right version".
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22nd August 2014, 10:39 PM   |  #26  
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Ok, it's been a while since I rooted and flashed my Nook tablet and I thought it was about time to upgrade it from CM7.

So, I found this thread and followed the instructions. For some reason, the first several times I tried to flash the ROM, I received the messages:

Finding update package...
Opening update package...

then, the NT flashed a few times (2 or 3) and rebooted.

So, I flashed CWM back to 6.0.2.8 and tried to flash CM10.2. The same thing happened the first 2 times, and on the third, it got to:

Finding update package...
Opening update package...
Installing update package...

before it flashed and rebooted.

Note, every time I flashed a new recovery (either CWM 6.0.2.8, 6.0.4.5 (which comes up as 6.0.4.6), or 6.0.4.8) they seemed to work just fine (i.e., after the reboot and selecting recovery emmc from the boot menu, the new recovery was loaded and running). It was only trying to flash the ROM that the NT flashed and rebooted.

So, then I went back and flashed CWM 6.0.4.5 again and rebooted and flashed CM11 (cm-11-20140803-SNAPSHOT-M9-acclaim.zip), and this time it worked without issue. I then flashed the GAPPS (pa_gapps-modular-mini-4.4.4-20140818-signed.zip) and it worked without issue also.

Is it normal to take several tries to get it to flash a ROM?

Ok, so now I have CM11 running and it seems to be working nice and fast, except, the Google Search app locks up after performing the search and displaying the results. The results are there, but clicking anything results in absolutely nothing happening and about 25 seconds later, the NT shuts itself off. Turning it back on results in a cold power on (i.e., it goes through the whole boot process). Does anybody have a solution for this problem?

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23rd August 2014, 02:16 AM   |  #27  
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Ok, so now I have CM11 running and it seems to be working nice and fast, except, the Google Search app locks up after performing the search and displaying the results. The results are there, but clicking anything results in absolutely nothing happening and about 25 seconds later, the NT shuts itself off. Turning it back on results in a cold power on (i.e., it goes through the whole boot process). Does anybody have a solution for this problem?
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I have had this "Google search lockup & crash" problem as you described beginning with M7 on. I reported it on the Official CM11 thread (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2560827) but have not heard of any solution.
8th September 2014, 07:16 AM   |  #28  
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@digixmax

Thank you! Your instructions worked great and CM11 is now up and running on my Nook Tablet. So far, it is running much smoother than CM 10.2. I have an 8GB Nook Tablet with only 500MB of ram and it seems like CM11 is the way to go if you're going to root.

A few notes from my experience:

1) Read instructions carefully

2) Make sure you are using CWM 6.0.4.5 or higher (I tried installing CM11 using CWM 6.0.2.x a while back and it does not work)

3) For CM11 ROM I used cm-11-20140803-SNAPSHOT-M9-acclaim and for Gapps I used the one labeled CM11 "small"

4) I used the "small" version of the Gapps because the other one did not work for me.

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