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Installing Kit Kat on a Nook HD

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3rd September 2014, 03:05 AM   |  #11  
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Of course, if you get one with a one-year warranty on it, you're effectively tossing that warranty out by putting Kit Kat on it.

Putting the original rom on it was simple. I had to do it when my battery was only lasting an hour or two. Took it to Barnes and Noble and it took less than 10 minutes and they gave me another one that is flawless.
23rd September 2014, 12:45 PM   |  #12  
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I went ahead and took a crack at banging out a user-friendly guide to installing Kit Kat on the Nook HD.

If you're looking for a guide, check it out. Hopefully I didn't make any show-stopper mistakes. (If I did, let me know and I'll fix them.)

Thanks for the guide, had read a few pages before and it put me off, but that guide really helped!
Ta Much!

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