What pdf viewer are you using? I have tried to launch a pdf from a fileexplorer but it always open it with the default nook pdf reader which seems not to be the same you used in the video since it does not support multitouch, zoom or whatever
I've readed several news about the multitouch functionality, but i don't understand how to install it... I have my nook rooted with Clockwork, i've downloaded the multitouch posted by mali100 and installed, do i need anything else? like the norefresh app? (i can't install it with clockwork, the instalation is aborted) i try installing the multitouch.zip and using ezpdf app and nothing happen... i don't know what to do... it's seems like the biggest pdf reading experience ever! i wanna try it!
After you install it via CWmod, it was supposed to work right away. I opened google maps and it worked, same with ezpdf.
After you ran CWmod, did you choose to install the zip? After that, everything is done. NoRefresh app is a plus, but it is not necessary right now.
So i supposed to be in the right way, installing the multitouch.zip by CWmod, but it doesn't work, i try it with ezpdf and web explorer, i've make it twice, when the first time not work, i've formated the nook, now i don't know if i need to format again and make the same operation, or a missing one.
What is a double finger on locked nook? Could you point me to the explanation?
Two fingers. Kind of like scrolling on an iMac, or zooming on an iPhone/normal Andriod device.
Android Devices - Nook Color running Stock 1.4.2 and CM7 from 16GB SD; Rooted Nook Simple Touch with broken screen, but still runs; Currently Stock Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 with cracked glass. I wonder how long until my NC dies...
What you get that it will "unblock" the screen from screen saver, because...sometimes you will find out that using only one finger want unlock the screen. It somehow waits for the second reading/finger to unlock it.
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