Is there an easy way to see the large partition of the SD card when dual-booting into the default Nook OS? It sees the card, but seems to only see the "boot" partition from the Nook OS. I'd love to be able to use the whole card if possible. Any ideas on ways to do that without rooting my Nook? Every suggestion I've seen implies that I need to root first and I really don't have a desire to do that right now.
""How to update to a new build:
put the new build you want to try on the first partition. (the name must be update-cm-*.zip or cm_encore_full*.zip or just update-*.zip)
Boot from the SDcard in the recovery mode (see above) and the new snapshot would be installed.
The partition layout would be preserved, filesystems are NOT reformatted, so your data should be safe.
I have tried and tried and cannot get this to update my SD. I know the CM7.0.3 file is good because I tested it on another card.
I guess I need to start from scratch unless someone has a thought on what I may be doing wrong.
I have a strange observation on the recovery boot now.
My original nook broke down and I replaced it with a new one.
Now the recovery is much easier to activate. basically I press N button and hold it, then I press the power button and release, but as long as I hold the N button the boot seemingly does not progress at all (the u-boot message of "welcome ..." or even the original uboot I had in v1 thta just said Loading and that I cannot get to boot into recovery at all), so I can release and press power button several times multiple seconds each time.
When I finally release the N button the boot seemingly progresses and the recovery starts after some time.
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