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I'm kinda confused by the flashing methods posted in the OP. I boot CWM via the SD no problem... but both the SD and Internal point to the same place (internal memory).

I can copy the rom to the internal rom and flash it... but wouldn't that overwrite itself? Also the recovery.img probably requires ADB but the instructions make no mention of how to do it on the Nook.

Also this forum seems kinda dead. Which is weird for such a "newer" tablet. Even RootzWiki's development section is empty.......


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Nevermind about the recovery.img, I forgot that the Nook requires a specifically formatted SD, which is probably what that is. I already have a CWM bootable imaged SD but seein' how there is an image paired with each rom, I'm assuming each one is required for that individual rom.
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Just store the latest zip file on internal memory, boot into clockworkmod and flash it. You don't need to use the latest recovery image.

And developments not dead, just a bit slow and limited.

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Hey, the newest Cm9 nightlies up the stream have some features that would be nice to add to our build. There's the return of the theme engine support and custom shortcuts on the lock screen. Not demanding, but it would be nice to have those features.

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If you look at the Epic CM9 log site they've already incorporated into another Beta 3 iteration.
 
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I'm kinda confused by the flashing methods posted in the OP. I boot CWM via the SD no problem... but both the SD and Internal point to the same place (internal memory).

I can copy the rom to the internal rom and flash it... but wouldn't that overwrite itself? Also the recovery.img probably requires ADB but the instructions make no mention of how to do it on the Nook.

Also this forum seems kinda dead. Which is weird for such a "newer" tablet. Even RootzWiki's development section is empty.......


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Nevermind about the recovery.img, I forgot that the Nook requires a specifically formatted SD, which is probably what that is. I already have a CWM bootable imaged SD but seein' how there is an image paired with each rom, I'm assuming each one is required for that individual rom.
Just boot cwm (assuming you have the correct one for the 8GB / 16GB on the sd) and flash the zip. You'll be flashing it to the emmc when you do. Unless you did something else somewhere it shouldn't take any more than that.
 
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If you look at the Epic CM9 log site they've already incorporated into another Beta 3 iteration.
Link please ? Epic as in phone or Epic as in big? I tried searching for it and came up empty. I know the Theme Engine is working because I'm running CM9 on my GNex

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Link please ? Epic as in phone or Epic as in big? I tried searching for it and came up empty. I know the Theme Engine is working because I'm running CM9 on my GNex

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My bad. Thought I was posting in my phone's forum, lol. Disregard my previous post.
 
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I was wondering why you were talking about the Epic 4G touch development for a NT. Thanks for clarifying.

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Did the discussion for this thread move or is it just slow times right now?
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Did the discussion for this thread move or is it just slow times right now?
Crap. I didn't mean to thank you, I meant to hit the reply button-- (yes, things are moving and there should be more good news coming...)

On a development note, FYI I posted a TWRP 2.1 beta recovery in another thread, which uses the in-progress 3.x kernel. Demetris_I tested it and it seems to work (?).
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Thanks for making this NT8 compatible. I finally got my NT8 unbricked (used Meghd00t's new repart.img). I then flashed this ROM and it is working fine (after I found the Gapps on CM's wiki, and flashed them).
I am now dual-booting with the SD version of CM7a using the Cyanoboot included with this ROM.

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