So here is a linux shell script to create that image with B&N Stock 1.4.2 that you can use to re partition and restore your nook tablet it will work on both 8 and 16GB versions. It will format all partitions and force you to unrooted stock 1.4.2
files are at devhost now
It is better for you to make your own image, the script has been amended to download the files if they are missing in the current directory.
Instructions to use.
download the attached mkrepartimg.sh.gz
chmod 755 mkrepartimg.sh
if you already have 1.4.2 update put it in the same folder
ubuntu users check if you have kpartx installed
apt-get update && apt-get install kpartx
this will download the necessary files and create the repart.img
write the repart.img to a sdcard with dd
power off the nook completely (hold power button for 30 sec)
insert the SD card you made into the nook
force boot from USB -
either boot with n and power, wait until it turns on and off then boot normally
power off completely and power on by connecting usb cable to PC or charger
screen will show 3 red x and after some time it will show a green check
now remove the sd card, reboot and allow it to do the factory restore.
and you are done.
Windows users go here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1663836
I have had a few questions about the size of media partition.
You can change it very easily with sgdisk which was in my myrecovery.img and also in succulents CM 7.2 cwm images I have attached a script to download and make a suitable cwm image which you can run and then dd onto a sdcard boot into that cwm and issue these commands in a adb shell
for further details read this
sgdisk -e /dev/block/platform/mmci-omap-hs.1/mmcblk0
sgdisk /dev/block/platform/mmci-omap-hs.1/mmcblk0 -d 11 -d 10
sgdisk /dev/block/platform/mmci-omap-hs.1/mmcblk0 -n 0:0:+12G -n 0:0:0 sgdisk /dev/block/platform/mmci-omap-hs.1/mmcblk0 -c 10:media -c 11:userdata
After that trigger a factory reset and that will format the partitions again or if you are already running something else first take a nandroid backup in cwm before you change the partitions and format these two in adb like this
mkdosfs -F32 -n MyNook /dev/block/mmcblk0p10 make_ext4fs -L userdata /dev/block/mmcblk0p11
after formatting you can restore your nandroid backup
No questions in PM please. I will not respond.
MLO - b&n 1.4.2
u-boot.bin - b&n 1.4.2
cyanoboot - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1522226
boot - clockworkmod http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1466583
altboot - b&n flashing_boot.img modified http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1554039
fattire for cyanoboot
loglud for the page on hacking the kernel & boot.img
Indirect for the clockworkmod
AdamOutler for the ubuntu restore and the idea
jmeyerhead for the b&n flashing_boot.img
tselling for the partition hacks
succulent for sharing the device tree and answering all my questions on building a recovery and finally accepting all the patches.
and all the others on xda who have shrared all their knowledge and ideas that made this possible
simple no adb required
follows B&N partition table properly
keeps the Nook serial and other Information
works with all 8GB & 16GB tablets
inflexible about the 1.4.2 upgrade (otherwise no 8GB support)
You will get whatever B&N standard partition table is allowed for you device. Adam Outler suggested that I don't deviate from the B&N standard to keep the unbrick safe